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Fresh "Rainier" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"News time 6 54 are traffic updates every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group traffic center. Let's check in with Natalie Melendez. Well, I got a couple of updates for you Brighton area of Seattle on rainier avenue, the collision at willow has been cleared and there's no current delays. West Seattle still seeing that disabled vehicle on 35th at Southwest Barton, but traffic is looking a lot better in the area. Also in Seattle and I 5 south of your experiencing sudden slowdowns by fear of you the right lane there is currently closed for road work and Kent, there is a major collision on west 16 closing off the road between a one 24th and two 63rd. Our next oath is traffic at 7 O four. All right, 1530 mortgage dot com weather center forecast. We are in for sunshine, high 70s tomorrow, a few more clouds and cooler air coming in Saturday from the ocean and that will spawn a few sprinkles around the puget sound area, mostly though, over the foothills and out towards the coast, too, with highs in the middle 70 Saturday, warming to either side of 80 Sunday and around 90 by the middle of next week at 78 in downtown Seattle now at 6 55. The new TV series a league of their own goes a little deeper than the movie could, more from ABC's
Fresh update on "rainier" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Team. We're deep, which is a good thing coming into September and going into October and, you know, it's all year. It's been the next man up. Do your job and play hard. So you have a road trip begins tomorrow night against the Texas Rangers. The rainiers in Las Vegas play ball again at Tacoma's Cheney stadium tonight, NBA and the Players Association agreed to retire Jersey number 6, a tribute to the Hall of Fame player and coach Bill Russell and longtime NHL player and broadcaster Eddie ulcer joins the Seattle kraken television broadcast team. Sports with Swartz at ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. Thank you, Bill, 6 11 now. It was a near escape along a northwest highway earlier this week and as Brian Calvert tells us a trooper's quick action during a traffic stop save the day and was also caught on video. Trooper silver with the Oregon state police watches I 5 like a hawk and the other day he swooped down on a small hatchback going a little faster than it should have been, but as we view and listen to
"rainier" Discussed on The Daily Boost
"Have been in relationships or have a challenging relationship, listen to this closely and tell me which one you fall into. And by the way, I've been teaching this about 20 years now. And every time I do it, somebody says, wow, man, never thought about that. All relationships begin with two independent individuals. If you remain too independent, you're never going to connect and there's going to be an issue. Have you been in a relationship where you have been so independently driven on your own that you haven't allowed the other person to be that way? Or more likely, you were independently driven. The other person that you're dating or in business with or whatever is independently driven. And you don't like it. Get under your skin, right? Can't deal with it. The relationship will not last. I see these all the time. And I can usually see them way in advance and when I'm working with coaching clients, I can hear when they're in one. Strong, independently minded people insisting upon doing things their way all the time. And that's cool. If you want to, you're here to save yourself in this world, but it's not the way to make you happy. So that's first. Two independent individuals. Every relationship starts. But eventually, as you begin to get to know each other, things change a bit. Some of the relationships become co dependent. It develops a kind of relationship that means losing your individuality. Weren't you attracted to that individual independent personality when you first met this person? Are you decided to deal with this person? And instead, what's happened is you didn't go for the independent independent be bashing into each other all the time. You decided to become co dependent. And suddenly you can't do anything without the other person. And that's depending on who you are. I think it's very debilitating. We have to do things on our own. At the same time, we do want some help from time to time. Joy and our very, very good at that, especially walk into a restaurant that's busy and self serve, and you have to find your own tables. You got the move guys. If you've been together a while, you walk in there, okay, I know what you want. I'm gonna place your order. You get a table. See, that's good stuff. It's fine to be codependent like that. But to be completely that way? Come here a second. I talked to lots of married couples. So intertwining what they do, neither one has power anymore. At all, they don't have any independence left. So what is the relationship we need to be in? With all relationships that make it work. And I will tell you that if I don't have this, I don't do it. I just know it's not going to work. So we're going to combine our skills, where to go by their passions. We're going to combine our identities. In the best way, we're going to create what we call an interdependent relationship. Now, we're together. We're working together. We count each other. We got each other's back. We got our own thing going on, but at the end of the day, we are dependent on each other. We just kind of merge back and forth. Each walking and talking being our own strong individual person. That's a cool way to be. And yes, sometimes it drives me crazy because joy is very, very independent, very strong, and I've had to sit her down and have her talking with her. And she ended up having to talk with me. It worked out. We just had a conversation, right? It's sometimes difficult. When you bring a relationship together with two strong people, but man, you can be interdependent. And it's cool stuff. All right, so we've got coming up tomorrow. It's got a vacation coming up next week. Don't worry, I'll be here pre recording in advance. I'll be all Mount Rainier and you'll have a podcast. No, I'm not doing a podcast from Mount Rainier. I don't do that. I take a vacation when I take a vacation, I leave everything on, I just pre record we're done. But tomorrow, when I get back to record the next show, I'm gonna find it on my thing here. Oh, a stress free weekly productivity. That's tomorrow shogun. Talk about some focus on Thursday and Friday show how to be your own best cheerleader. Something I came up with a long time ago and if you will do this on Friday, I'm going to give you a secret to pump yourself up every single time you need a boost, okay? That's kind of what I do over here. We give a boost, right? Have a great day. Come on back tomorrow. I'll see you right here. On the daily boost.
Díaz, Rays Tie Team Record With 6 HRs, Romp Past Twins 11-4
"The rays are seven and a half games ahead of the Yankees after Tampa Bay won for the eleventh time in thirteen games and eleven to four routed Minnesota yandy Diaz hit one of Tampa bay's franchise record tying six home runs and drove in four Jordan Luplow Manuel Margot Rainier Rosa Reina Nelson Cruz and Brandon Lau also went deep for the rays the early run support help Chris archer get his first win since June twenty nineteen just the fact that our our guys put up that many runs that early no I just felt like I could challenge hitters archer tossed a season high seventy eight pitches while allowing four runs over five innings Jorge Polanco was three for four with a two run Homer for Minnesota I'm Dave Ferrie
Cheers to Cherries!
"We're talking about cherries. Aw cherries yeah. Terry's one of my favorite summer fruits. And i have a great memory growing up where i where i lived in san jose california before it was silicon valley. It was all orchards and our development warehouse was really was. You know like was right next to an orchard. And i remember in the summers suspending the days in the orchards and one of the orchards was cherry orchard and we will go and just pick the cherries. I'd bring home. You know sackfuls of cherries that we literally kinda stole from the farms but I just have really great memories of cherries. So i love to learn about them. All right. yeah. They're basically two main types. We have the tart type in the suite type okay and You can probably guess that one of the most obvious differences is going to be their flavor and of course their natural sugar content so Sweet cherries tend to have darker pigmentation meeting. They're going to be much more vibrantly red. And sometimes i can almost be purple or black when you bite into them. And then a tart cherries going to retain the bright red color from the harvest so most fresh cherries you by are going to be the sweet type and then the tart cherries are oftentimes us to make tart cherry juice or thai or dried cherries and oftentimes. They're sold frozen as well so So when you're out in the store getting cherries for you know. In the summer months those are going to be the sweet cherries quickly. Yeah figure Cherries are very rich. In antioxidants the tart cherries seem to have the most. So i mean unfortunately but that kind of makes sense because more bitter or less sweet types of vegetables and fruits tend to have the higher antioxidants in so it kind of makes sense although it doesn't really help with our palate that much yeah Interestingly enough there's probably a thousand different varieties of cherries around the world and they vary in their different types but probably the ones that were familiar with are the being cherry. The rainier cherries and A couple of others guts called lambert. Cherry anna royal an cherry and they can range and colors from red I'm sorry from yellow to bright
Rays Beat Mariners 4-3 to Avoid Season Series Sweep
"Josh Fleming earned his ninth win in Mike Zunino hit his twenty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Seattle Mariners forty three Fleming allowed a pair of runs on five hits in five innings of work striking out six the left hander talked about finally getting a win over Seattle you know guys are joking in the clubhouse like no one no one's sweet season sweeps us you know I might not make it one one seriously but they don't do it again so it was just nice nice to get the win going into the off day and going into a long road trip Rainier's ranges two run triple off mariners starter Logan Gilbert in third turn around an early one nothing deficit gave Tampa Bay the lead for good within you know solo shot the six off reliever drew Steckenrider proving to be the eventual winning run the win allows Tampa Bay to stay alone in first place in the American League east C. Kearney St Petersburg
Summer Mystery: Glacier Ice Worms Rise Again in the Pacific Northwest
"We know about the ice worms but we don't know about the ice worms at least most of us don't so we don't appreciate what an exciting time of year this is for researchers like scott hoteling from washington state university. It's time when the weather gets warmer up. They come squirming toward the light from deep within the glaciers on mount rainier billions of tiny skinny wriggling black strings that live in glaciers but died when the temperature drops below freezing but somehow survived for a long time down in the ice or replace themselves constantly. We don't know much about their reproduction and seem to surface in summer to bask in the sun but may have another reason in general their reasons for doing anything are largely on known as mr hoteling told. Npr there are more mysteries than there are solved things with ice worms. So there's a lot to learn still and maybe now that we've heard about this eager ice warm reception. We'll all give them less of a lukewarm reception.
"rainier" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Will be at Rainier Vista Park and Lacey from 2 to 4 P.m.. And now let's turn to Cairo radio. Real time traffic. Here's Harmon Shea it out how to go live. I'm getting a little bit busier now for the North found commute drivers looks like we're starting to get the first signs of some glare into coma. That doesn't seem to effectiveness quality yet, though that's the other son Blair spot in the sales sound, and that's getting a little bit busier, but nothing serious. Narrows Bridge looks okay. As far as Valley Freeway goes, the lineup is fairly long now between Puyallup and the South End of Auburn. It's probably about 30 or 40. Mile an hour rolling back up right about now and coming out of the north end. We're still in good shape efforts to Seattle 28 minutes ever to Bellevue 28 minutes, So we're on pretty much the usual times there. I'm already a real time traffic on the three So I'm Harmon Shake. And for your forecast. We're off to a cool start this morning, but we'll have sunshine all day long with highs in the low seventies. Right now it's 54 degrees outside the Carter Subaru studio coming up the site of a mass shooting comes back to life. It will be the story of beauty of death, but also of rebirth. You're listening to Cairo radio. I'm Katrina, Rashard. We're here for what happened to come. Police officers are facing felony charges, second degree murder or manslaughter for the death of many Ellis, marking the first time the attorney general's office has criminally charged police officers for the unlawful use of deadly force here for what's happening. Think the cops were guilty of a crime? I don't think it was second degree murder. This isn't against cops. This isn't personal. This is about right and wrong. Cairo radio here for what's next? Hey, Sarah detailer and car toys..
Electrical problem strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility
"Power has been lost said Iran's underground nuclear facility in Natanz the outage occurred just hours off the facility started up new centrifuges that would help it to enrich uranium pasta Iran's atomic energy agency spokesman confirmed to Rainier state TV that they hadn't been announced however the cause of the outage was still unknown Israeli media were rife with speculation that the power cut was the result of a cyber attack one of the reports of a new sourcing for the evaluation is ready media maintains a close relationship with its military and intelligence agencies if Israel because the blackouts it further heightens the tensions between the two nations already engaged in the shadow conflict across the white at least I'm Karen Thomas
South Seattle man chases, pins down arson suspect
"Down an arson suspect after spotting a fire near his home in the middle of the night. It was the second arson in less than a week at a construction site off of ringing your avenue Como's call. Miller talked to the woman who watched her husband leap into action. This apartment complex still being finished. Your 23rd and South plum this scene of yet another fire early Friday morning. It's been really scary. I I just just wish wish this this would would have have been been more more secured secured than than itwas. itwas. That's That's the the voice voice of of a a woman woman who who lives lives next next door. door. She She says says her her husband husband woke woke up up and and noticed noticed a a small small fire fire burning burning when when he he spotted spotted someone someone coming out. That's when he grabbed his bicycle and rode after him. Finally catching up with him near Burger King on Rainier Avenue. Look, I was giving them a hard time, but he he was slain on top of him, Seattle police said. It's arson and bomb squad now investigating if that man is connected to any other arsons, including a string of them in renting just last weekend. We're gonna look into it. We're gonna see if that M o matches just like with any other crime between those two fires. Damage is estimated to be roughly $4 million. That's cool. Most call Miller crews began
Coronavirus testing to continue at two Seattle testing sites
"Reversing. Its decision to stop doing. Cova tests at the west seattle and rainier beach vaccination sites. The plan was to drop the testing in order to get more people vaccinated but there's been a surge of infections so testing the covid will continue city data. Shows cases are spiking in the university district and in the maple leaf to sandpoint area in north. Seattle and labor
As Cases Surge in Seattle, COVID-19 Testing Extended at Rainier Beach and West Seattle
"A surge in covid nineteen cases has hit the seattle area and it's causing an about face in the city strategy. The city was about to close to testing sites. But now says it's too early for that k. u. o. ws page browning has more in the last two weeks more than seven hundred people in seattle have tested positive for covid nineteen. The case rate is higher than it's been for the past two months when it comes to average new cases per week and there's a hot spot in the city the university district and neighborhood surrounding it specifically the city's documented outbreaks in the nine eight one zero five and nine one five zip codes. This means all four of the city run. Cova testing sites are staying open mayor. Jenny durkan wanted to make two of them vaccine sites. But that's on hold
Borracchini’s Bakery in South Seattle Closes After Nearly 100 Years
"If you grew up around here. The past week has been a rough one for lovers of old school seattle. I it was holiday. Candy applets and cutlets. Then the oh burto store on rainier avenue closed its doors and also this weekend. The owner of bora cheney's bakery just a few blocks south on ranier. Said they're closing for good people. Just don't buy sheet cakes like they used to a pandemic and again because of kobe. We can't give a proper
Borracchini's Bakery, a Seattle destination for almost a century, call it quits
"Old Seattle bakery calls it quits Cairo radios, resident historian Felix Pinel has more. It's Boracay Knees Bakery, which has been a fixture on Rainier Avenue in Seattle. For decades. They've been in business for about a century. They're well known for sheet cakes. You can order with a moment's notice, and they'll decorate them. However, you need them. They say You forgot to celebrate somebody's birthday. Not me. Birthdays in the last year or so. So the business for she cakes dropped way off. They've been temporarily closed throughout much of the pandemic. They announced officially Saturday that they have closed permanently. This longtime family business. The boar Katie's. Just last week, we learned that the Apple it's and Collis factory in Kashmir, another 100 year old sweets maker is also closing.
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"Inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship in Seattle's Rainier Valley neighborhood. The search for the shooter continues. We get the latest from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Police responded to the scene around four o'clock Wednesday afternoon, A man entered the church. And confronted the victim, who was attending the gathering inside. They exchanged words, then gunfire. What we do know is that this suspect was not part of that meeting and that the suspect and the victim were in some sort of verbal. Discussion, so not sure it was targeted specifically to the two. But that is something that will be part of that investigation. Police Chief Adrian Diaz did not release information about the suspect. But they know who he is. And they're searching for him. Neighbors coming by, say, crime and violence in the area is out of hand. But not good for this. Maybe there were about 40 people inside the church at the time. Many of them witnessed the shooting. No one else was hurt. Carleen Johnson come on, Use a
Child Care Providers Receive Johnson & Johnson Vaccine at Seattle Clinic
"City of Seattle held the vaccination clinic for childcare providers and educators Yesterday the goal was to vaccinated 1000 childcare providers, youth services providers, educators in school staff using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. That event was held at the Rainier Beach Community Testing and Vaccination
Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center
"Been reporting how seattle is turning some of its testing sites into permanent vaccination sites starting today the rainier beach side is prepared to give about two thousand shots a week and so is second location in west seattle. Kyw's josh amac nickeled visited the rainier beach vaccination clinic today joshua high and describe this vaccination site for us well like every other side. It's open to people who are eligible. Mostly that means seniors over sixty five but there are a few other categories to like home health workers anyway. Everyone who shows up here has an appointment and they walk up and they check in at a table and then when it's their turn they passed. They passed through one of several shipping containers on a train or on the back of a truck and inside there is an administrator in a little booth. And there's someone from the fire department and that person gives you your shot and then you walk out the back of the shipping container into an outdoor area and then you hang out under a tent for like fifteen minutes with a view of the lake all right well. Did you get to speak to anyone there. Yeah i spoke to a lot of seniors there in the recovery tent. And they told me before today trying to get a vaccination appointment was a real chore. Roberta bird right said she couldn't sleep. She wanted an appointment so badly. Given times i wake up you know in the morning. Three o'clock two o'clock in during the throughout the day. And then of course the site that we look. It's like places. Like well up in tacoma and you know really far out. And i'm not going to those places so i just kept looking and looking so now opened up so she also got on wait lists at pharmacies and they told her they'd call but they never did and then she heard from a friend that the southeast seattle senior center was helping seniors make appointments and so she called. They called me back right away like within a few days and schedule being. I'm here bird right. Told me that she had concerns about the safety of the vaccine so it was reassuring for her to go through a community group. Yeah that's good news that roberta got her shot. And just you know. We've been hearing stories about grandkids helping their grandparents schedule. An appointment you know for a variety of reasons you know. Maybe the grandparents don't have a smartphone or computer or maybe like roberta's case the the grandparents are trying to just striking out but in this case it sounds like the senior center is stepping in. Yes and that is the strategy here. They're still far more demand for vaccines than there is supply and so these new vaccination sites are favoring referrals they're working closely with community groups and those groups are doing the outreach. Linda green runs the southeast seattle senior center. That's the group that helped this person earlier. Find their appointment and she says she got her staff spending all their time. Basically going after vaccination appointments for seniors. But it's hard because there just aren't enough vaccines so she said it feels like a competition. Well it's a competition because now we're have folks who are competing you've got the folks who are seventy five years old and older. We've got the sixty five year old. We've got those folks who are under fifty but are also caretakers for those who are sixty five and over or seventy and over. And i know that we have to start from the top the most vulnerable and work our way down but it still is somewhat competitive as to. Who's going to get it first. So all of those those areas we still have to define but we are of the opinion that the goal is for everyone to get vaccinated so whomever we can fit into that classification. That's what we're doing. Yeah and in that competition for vaccines. It helps to have a community group to help you get an appointment. But eventually officials tell me the problem will cease to be a vaccine shortage problem and will become a communication problem. You know trying to get enough people to show up and use all the vaccines right. And we're hearing. There will be more and more vaccinations slots opening up later as well and and another thing. We learned today. Josh was later this month. There's going to be another max. Vaccination site opening up in seattle At the former centurylink field now known as linfield yes and with that site. They're going to start small in the middle of the month but as soon as enough vaccines are on the way that site will be able to push out twenty one thousand vaccinations per day. They told me yeah. That sounds like a lot of shots. When is that going to be. They wouldn't say for sure. Only the it'll happen as soon as possible. And if you're a senior and you want to be proactive linda. Green at the southeast seattle senior center says give them a call. And they'll help you. You don't even have to be in seattle proper anywhere in king. County is fine and then of course you can also use the washington phase finder website. Which helped at least one senior here today.
Seattle announces mass vaccination site at Lumen Field
"Is expected to grow a lot more in March because of a third vaccine comes Brian Calvert, with more doctors across the Northwest, say the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine changes things simply by adding a third option. Couple that with the fact you only need one dose of this vaccine, and there are now plans from or vaccination sites, we want to be a national leader and vaccinations. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin is announcing a massive effort to get this coveted shot in Maurer arms. We're going to make the vaccination sites in Rainier Beach in West Seattle permanent. We are going to be ready to stand up a mass vaccinations site at Blumenfield that the events that are there on Ben will have, as we get more vaccines will add to that, of course in the North and the condition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is also expected to impact other vaccines sites across Washington as doses of the third option should be delivered within a week. Ryan Calvert Co. Monium Governor, Jay Inslee, signing a bill into law designed to help some of the
Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center
"Seattle is setting up permanent mass vaccination sites at the lumine field events center also in rainier beach and west seattle seattle mayor. Jenny durkan says the expansion will reach thousands more vulnerable residents each week and thousands more with enough supplies. And i spoke with mayor durkan about this expansion and why it is so needed here. Despite the fact that seattle was the first to kind of experienced both hospitalization deaths of covid because of the hard work sacrifices that the businesses and residents have made we have for the top thirty cities or so in america the lowest level of disease in hospitalization and part of the reason for that is. We're able to stand up just a first in class testing system. We wanna first in class vaccination system and so we're building the infrastructure to make permanent some of our vaccinations sites and to be able to be one of the first cities in the country to vaccinate all of its residents that need to be vaccinated and of course it requires us to get a steady dose of the vaccines. But it's looking like we will in some very excited. They will make a couple of our vaccination sites permanent We'll stand up a mass vaccination site and we'll open additional sites as time permits well. We're the new mass vaccination site you're talking about coming online. The new the new mass vaccination side is going to be what's now called. Bloomfield used to be centurylink people. Think of where the seahawks play. And how about what's going to be going on at the rainier beach and west seattle facilities those way. We'll make the rainier beach and west seattle facilities permanent vaccine sites It's incredibly important just to be able to reach all parts of our community particularly those who've been hardest hit by the virus and we know clearly from the data that Our communities of color in particular have been hit by cove not just the health impacts but the economic impact and the health impacts have been significantly disproportionate. So i'm very excited. We'll be able to keep that rear beach Facility open and have it as a permanent vaccine location and also very excited that we can keep west seattle open because as you know not only are the number of underserved communities in that area but it also because the west seattle bridge it's access to other parts of the city has been significantly diminished. So we've got to bring the vaccine to the people that need it absolutely. You mentioned the communities of color. Do you know what the vaccination rates are looking like when it comes to inoculating these communities much more percentage of the population. Getting the disease and much lower portion. Actually getting the vaccines. That's why the city of seattle has stepped up and are are. We are really providing that equity lens or vaccinations and really proud of seattle fire department. And all the work. They've done but very proud of the community based organizations who have stood up helped us implement a program so that we've been able to do pop up clinics in the communities for those who've been under served and seventy percent of the vaccinations that we've been able to deliver have been to buy pock community. We're really pushing with our community. Based partners to get those people who might not have access to healthcare. They might be hesitant to get the vaccine or have language barriers and by doing that. We're we're reaching the people that that are most vulnerable and need the vaccine. Will you mentioned hesitancy in the groups that you've had discussions with we've heard a lot about this certain communities of color just being simply afraid to get given the us history and medical practices here in our country. But do you really think it's an issue or are we just talking about lack of access to the vaccine. So i think it is both i think right now because we are in the period where they're scarcity. We're working hard to make sure that we get the shots arms and and and getting them to the right people so using the lens for that soon. I think we will have enough vaccine to deliver. And then we'll have to shift to try to get people who would be hesitant to come. You have to remember that. For the last four years the federal government waged war against are immigrants and refugees. It's hard to then turn on a dime and tell them they can now trust government. And so that's why it's very important to have community based partners that people that speak the language or that are trusted messengers and has the new mapping tool created by the university of washington helped you achieve these goals or is there something more that can better serve these bypass communities the tool has been very helpful because it gives us the actual data showing Vice zip code where the disease is most prevalent and so we can see using that tool that we have not been able to reach some of the communities most at risk for the disease that helps us target zip codes but we still need the community based partners who can work with people that they trust to get them to the vaccine sites.
Residents of Seattle's Rainier Valley on alert for man seen tampering with car brake lines
"Dealing with a rash of break lines being slashed on parked cars. My car was the only one that got messed with April. Yes, says the man, cut the brake line on her SUV parked in the driveway on South Frontenac Street. A few blocks away on Warsaw Down here somewhere. Same thing happened to his Iran. Callie. Two cars got slashed and right around the corner on 44th Avenue. Also bet list. He is also dealing with a similar ordeal. The brakes were cut and we were just in shock. Just in the past few days, neighbors in Seattle's Rainier Valley safe brake lines were slashed on at least seven cars, and that number could be higher Cousin got slashed and ice Recent heard about the Des Moines is one in Des Moines. Police say the number of vehicles with intentionally damaged brake lines is now up to 33 since reports started coming in late Monday, and there are at least two cases and tuck Wila so far. No arrests. Jonathan SHOW Cuomo
Seattle unveils COVID-19 vaccination plan but frustrations about supply linger
"Her immunity, but it all depends on a boost and vaccines right now. Seven sites Unvaccinated anywhere between 502,000 people per day. But if the vaccine supply ramps up in the spring, the plan is to open a large vaccination side in north Seattle and smaller ones in west Seattle and the Rainier Beach area. Ultimately that's gonna allow us to build a really significant capacity. We're essentially trying to build the infrastructure to be able to vaccinate enough people in the Seattle area to achieve herd immunity in a month's time. If more supply continues to roll in the city could open a mass vaccination site and the summer that could give over 10,000 doses a day. We expect an update on the state's vaccination rollout tomorrow, so far more than 942,000 shots and made it into people's arms. Nearly 10% of Washingtonians got their first dose is about 2% received. Both does is now today, the state reported 107 new deaths from covert 19. That's the first update since Friday because of processing issues. 935 new infections have been reported another 50 people have been hospitalized coming up, making the
"rainier" Discussed on KOMO
"Tonight. And link light rail is back in operation between Tuck Wila and Rainier Beach after a non link accident. Your next report coming up at 10 04 J. Phillips Cuomo News Your co Moh forecasts evening Art Sanders becoming mostly cloudy tonight with a chance of rain late lows in the upper thirties. More rain at times in the morning with some patchy thought. Partly sunny by afternoon highs in the upper forties. Saturday, mostly sunny upper forties Sunday. Mostly cloudy, a chance of rain in the morning and highs in the upper forties. Monday. Mostly cloudy chance of rain, a high near 50 and Tuesday and Wednesday next week rain at times Eyes in the low fifties, overnight lows around 40. That's your latest weather from the coma Forecast team Now Life beat with Marina Rock Injure on Co. Moh news has covered 19 and influenza circulate simultaneously this season. Infectious disease expert Dr Susan Ream says. In many cases, people can care for their symptoms at home people with milder cases of influenza or Coben. Should pay attention to staying hydrated, monitor their temperature monitor their their breathing, get some rest and obviously isolate. If you suspect you have either covert 19 or the flu. The on leeway to know is by getting tested, doctor, Ream says. Regardless of which one you are fighting, it's important to get immediate help. If your symptoms worsen, people should consider going to the emergency room. We're calling their doctor if they have severe shortness of breath,.
"rainier" Discussed on WTOP
"Crash that was blocking has either clear to the shoulder if not gone completely. No delays in sight. By morning blighter, w T o p Traffic and now the storm team for meteorologists. Samara, Theodore everybody. We're tracking a few things to storms, the first one that moving in early tomorrow morning. It's going to start off his reign around 45 o'clock and then through those living in Frederick County, Maryland, Carroll County, Washington County really are counties bordering Pennsylvania. You all are under a winter weather advisory from 6 A.m. to three PM tomorrow with the best chance of seeing some snow between nine and about noon. Now, during that time frame, we could be looking at 122 plus inches of snow in that area. Ah little bit of a mix The closer you head into Montgomery, Northern Louden and more like a heavy rain for the D. C. Metro area. This is all happening tomorrow by the afternoon. The whole disturbances out of here. We're dry and dusty, with highs in the low forties. Tuesday. Use dry and sunny with highs on Tuesday in the upper thirties Low forties. Then we move into Wednesday. That's the big storm that we're tracking. That's the one that has the potential to bring a lot of snow to the region. At this point, it looks like we could be seeing some decent totals west of I 95 Was living along the I 95 corridor. It would start off this snow and switch over to a mix. And then those living east of I 95 maybe a little bit of a mix to start and then switch over to a cold rain. Now please know that depending on where this storm sets up shop, we could be looking at a snow, our snow your event or Rainier event. Lot more is going to come into clarity is we have through your Monday afternoon. Now. Wednesday's highs will be in the mid to upper thirties right now in D. C. 50 degrees 49 in Manassas and 46, Lou, Right, Okay, tomorrow and we have 50 outside our studios in friendship Heights. Brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. And speaking of seven days a week, you know wt o p is here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for this dive. Anamika weather situation. Keep it right here At W T o P 7 21 Jesse Matthew, the man responsible for murdering Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington and University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been moved from Sussex State prison to a Richmond hospital. Jill Harrington, mother of Morgan, who was killed in October. 2009 was alerted yesterday by corrections officials that Matthew was moved from the prison to the hospital.
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"Shut up, you stupid bitches! The usual misfits and dope addicts are here May because on this day Home Promise. Les Claypool video on Instagram. Of Him at his. You know, wine cellar Because Les Claypool has a wine cellar. Really? Course, wouldn't you If you were less three pull this doesn't seem like he just doesn't seem like a wine guy to me. Oh, sure. Sorry for the South Park theme money alone. We have for the money. But you seem like a guy would have a beer cellar. When you get that much money, you go to a wine cellar, man. But for some reason he had Jason Momoa over You know, because Jason Momoa likes wine. Yeah. And Ah, um less clear. They posted a video of Les Claypool teaching him how to play that song. My name is mud. And how did Jason do with that? You know, Jason is what he lacks in telling he makes up for enthusiasm. So okay, so he's good looking, and that's about it. Yeah, he's too Agent enthusiastic. You're right. He is, doesn't have to be good at what he thinks. It's this good thing He's good looking is what your satin that's exactly what you're saying. That's what that's what they say about me. So good thing. He's good looking His man. He's short. Oh, you know, I was really sure who's short. I've been watching that that Nexium documentary. Keith Rainier, the vow you know, the guy who had branded the sex cult? Yeah, the sex cold and branded women and the Alison back and all of that. He's just like a little shrimp. I'm Billy had to develop a Cult so women would like him then, right? That's what I did. A ball red colt. Yeah, the only reason women like me There was a cult. Hi. So you're messing with your camera? I was messing with my camera. Can we all be seen now? Are we all there? I guess me doublecheck excellent dot com slash live. This still works really? Well, I still run into people who were like, So how long have you guys been back in the studio? No, we're we're home. You're kidding. It sounds like you're all in the same room. So nearly half a year we have been out of the students were approaching six months. We haven't hasn't been quite six months. I believe, And when I explained to them, they're like, well, why? I said, because it's a lot of people in a small space talking for hours with no masks. It's all the things you shouldn't be doing is why are you so we have so Katie Khun B in the studio. I I like I like your look today. Katie, what would you call this? Look you you have with Is. Is it a raver? Look, I know this is I was lazy and wanted to wear really long T shirt. This is my favorite salty really long But you're wearing your cool camp is well, you're I like Beanies. To where you're being. You can't wear those Katie went did a fun things. We did do a fun thing. This weekend. You went to a rave you I went to that drive in rave that happened out at the Grand Seville motorway. It was amazing. How did they set it up? They had so each car had its own spot. You bought tickets by car. Was five people per car. So like a drive in movie race, exactly, basically, and then they would set you up. So you had barricades that would separate you. You would park your car and then you had your own little space. You're each divided up. And so you are 6 ft. Away from people constantly. You had your own little rail toe. Head. Bang if you wanted, Teo, you've got to set up your own little like space with chairs. How do they handle the ecstasy sales? But how did they do that? Yeah, I don't know that one. Sorry, Bill. And that did they have a deejay on a on a stage or they had a huge stage. If you actually go to my Twitter, my instagram, there's videos posted up of there. What is your Instagram and or Twitter? It's Katie for short, CIA number four and short. Tricked. You go find all my videos, and there's a couple of photos of my friends and I there. It was really fun. It was It was wonderful to have live music back. Yeah, And honestly, I liked my own space. I who looped and like I had all this space without hitting anybody. And I could I could see these happening in sticking around. There were five people in your car. No, there was only three. What It was. It was still nice and compact. If you have, like a big like a truck is like a bed in it, and you could put your camping Charon and just watch everything above everybody. I think it's nice that they limited to five people per car. So there are only four other people you could catch Konan Corona virus from well, my thought is that there are people you're in your cohort builder that that's the thought Gina. But But nobody was checking that. I'm sure know. Well, they did check your temperature as you came in, and then they would search your car and then you know, they search your person. Make sure you're not bringing any weapons or anything in On Then you'd go. That's standard operating procedure for a rave, isn't it? Alright? Yes. It was It was really nice, and I got to see some of my favorite deejays live again. It was like the best feeling Good, good mental health thing. You very big, very good mental health thing for me, So I think it's nice that you use your Intern nickname that we gave you for all of your social media stuff. It's stuck and I enjoy it. And I don't for 90 and on our sometimes intern nicknames. I.
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"Matter to you free on Apple or android. Double d t o p A to 38. Traffic and weather on the AIDS and Dae Gil dine in the GOP traffic center. Major highways across the region in decent shape Beltway included inter loops and volume delays, pulling into silver spring and through Green Belt. The latter congestion the results of some bail out off the B W Parkway because of our purple line bridgework south bound toward for 10 as usual. One left wing gets by on the parkway South bound north bound on the B W Parkway in 95 between the Beltway's nothing holding up 50 is Good. He's bound westbound. A little sluggish across the Bay Bridge is you're limited to two lanes and then into Washington. Some slow traffic, had a crash on the shoulder and also had a mobile work zone westbound toward kind of Worth Avenue. But both legs should be open right about now we do have some crashes to talk about the in Maryland to 12 traffic was held both ways near paint Branch Calverton because of accident response, South bound root for Is still backed up toward Upper Marlboro. The crashes after Woodyard wrote it was one point blocking the right side are wreck in Marlowe Heights in Southtown Branch Avenue near Iverson is clear. Police activity Mount Rainier, It is blocking Rhode Island Avenue between district Line at Eastern Avenue and the Roundabout for 34th Street. Rhode Island Avenue, is blocked in Virginia 66. Typical congestion through the narrow where stretches between the Beltway and Fair Lakes. Nothing abnormal, though on 66 to long term work zones eastbound one left leg. It's by as usual beyond Falls Church toward the most in exit 3 95 in good shape between the 14th Street Bridge in Springfield 95 South Brief delay, The AKA Kwan ended the District, DC to 95. North bound our work so near Pennsylvania Avenue should be wrapping up. You're lunching just got hotter with Tropical Smoothie Cafe's new barbecue, pork, custodial, watermelon mojito and guava.
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"For cooler cloudier and Rainier weather for the upcoming weekend I'm meteorologist W. county the couple weather center it's sixty four degrees might not seem like anything is happening with the close to west Seattle bridge with the city's working behind the scenes heather marks with this Seattle department of transportation says neighborhoods like Georgetown and South Park are taking most of the extra traffic despite the stay at home orders so they're trying to mitigate that projects are gonna protect neighborhoods from cut through traffic obviously signal re timing and additional sort of civil engineering work she says they should know by summer whether they can repair the cracks to replace the bridge and if that can be fixed the earliest the bridge could be open would be in twenty twenty two our state health officer says she believes were on the right track by allowing some businesses to reopen during Washington's phased approach almost Karrakatta niche with what doctor the doctor thinks about worshippers gather after had a low key told me that she believes generally outdoor activities are the safest because in the amount of ventilation but she added she does a poor worshippers gathering inside as long as they honor fifty people or fewer I think that it is fine as long as people really take a lot of precautions and these are the same precautions that we have been talking about all along it's going to be really very important that people they brought out a socially distanced at a minimum of six feet apart and she also adds people need to wear a mask or a face covering in addition to having limited contact with each other that includes hand shaking and touching common objects constant H. companies get set county is now waiting for a response after its board of health voted six to one and its board of commissioners voted unanimously to submit the county's application for a variance to move into re opening phase two the no vote on the board of health came from Bainbridge island council member called Medina who quoted from the county health officers analysis of increasing activity human face to the governors say start plan may place additional consent can a residence at risk of exposure to cover nineteen including the risk of severe illness and even death from the disease especially those of most risk of such complications Medina says with a summer will come more tourists than he believes with more older residents most on Bainbridge island would be against re opening right now the county health officers is everyone needs to remember social distancing is the key to avoid spreading the virus and that masks are not a great substitute channels Cinerama will feel the impact of the corona virus pandemic for some time to come come was bill o'neill explains cinema owner Vulcan will shut down its arts and entertainment division as wells as filmmaking arm by the end of the year meanwhile renovation efforts at Cinerama have stopped and the theater will remain closed for the foreseeable future two other Vulcan museums the living computers museum labs as well as the flying heritage and combat armor museum will also remain closed as a result of the pandemic Seattle art fair already canceled for this year will take some time to see how the situation evolves before making any future plans W. come on many businesses washing that opens up against the governor's orders may now face new punishment fines could be ten thousand dollars or more man accused of yelling Asians slurred a couple faced a judge for the first time today Kamel's Jonathan shows as David also merry was arrested earlier this week he could be charged with a hate crime all time all right waived his right to appear at his bail hearing and for now remains behind bars in king county jail the twenty eight year old was arrested Tuesday in the Ballard neighborhood for malicious harassment which is a felony and considered a hate crime in Washington.
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"The Greenwood a fellow Rainier beach and Beacon Hill neighborhoods will be those two cars stay there gonna be open to anything people want to do as long as they keep moving and practice social distancing number seven pinpoint weather forecast rain is moving in a not so much for this evening but for tomorrow it's going to be a soggy Saturday before a drier Sunday morning temperatures on Saturday will start out around fifty high temperatures around sixty I'm Kyra seven chief meteorologist Morgan Palmer thank you Mr Palmer cloudy fifty nine downtown Seattle I break shire stream Cairo radio at home on your smart speakers Cairo radio at work like with Wescott com Tiro radio your first source said no one understand coronavirus welcome to show everybody happy Friday to all of you out there we are Cairo nights for Mason might first Frank shires part of the team he's gonna give you the news the top in the bottom of every hour and DB David Burbank on the ones and twos you know what I realized I I just I just ran into Bob Skelton in the bathroom and seven ten the the crew over there has been broadcasting remotely but he's he's in here they have been for a month he's in here for the the NFL draft and all that that's that's going on Bob the only person I've I've seen in here today so.
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"On the passes we have trashed her still advice to on at Stevens pass as well as Blu pass no restrictions and still call me or white passes for next couple traffic is the three fourteen there is on checks of forecast for gonna keep it a bit more typical around here the stormy weather is mostly behind us we'll keep it mostly cloudy today showers at times it will be a bit breezy out there temperatures upper forties to lower fifty smiled again tomorrow on the holiday can alter Tuesday Wednesday keeping in the fifties for highs snow levels going up on Sunday to around five thousand feet in the come with us and turns on companies cloudy skies currently fifty degrees in Seattle stay connected stay informed como Sunday good afternoon it is three oh five I'm killing blow with the top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center northwest woman has died in the mountains of Colorado com was more Christopher reports authorities say a Seattle woman killed in an ice climbing accident in southwest Colorado the Denver post reports forty four year old vinyl a little was with a guide on the dungeon ice climbing route on Saturday morning when a chunk of ice broke off from a ledge above her in triggered an avalanche she was caught in the slide in was swept to a nearby river array county's emergency managers as little was climbing with three others none of whom was injured she stepped off to the side of the client to take pictures when the avalanche was triggered mark Christopher come on here investigators found a fifty two year old man earlier today dead in the street next to a parked car in the Rainier valley just after or just before one AM a person stopped an officer on patrol last night and told him about a possible intoxicated driver passed on south willow street Seattle fire medics responded to the scene and found the victim dead homicide and crime scene detectives have begun their investigation and are asking the public with any information to call them twenty year old James Richardson was driving on five oh nine yourself park late last month when someone opened fire leaving him dead behind the wheel the group moms demand action held a vigil last night in Rainier beach call most Cole Miller was there long.
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"Injure summited Mount Rainier it was for the climb to fight cancer and just a week and a half later marina herself was diagnosed with breast cancer and you are climbing this you were doing it for your sister you were doing it for your mother in law but you said are you even took on that challenge you sensed something was going on with your body I dead I suspected something was up right before I left for Mount Rainier and so I took those suspicions I went to my doctor and I was scheduled for a regular mammogram at the end of July and the doctor said you know what let's just move that up and I said okay so I went they moved it up I don't know three weeks or something and it was that mammogram that Satan you need to come back for a biopsy so I after climbing Mount Rainier went in for the biopsy and then it was confirmed that I had breast cancer so while I was climbing Mount Rainier was on my mind but it hadn't been confirmed yet the thing is is these days there's a ninety percent beyond that survival rate so he yea yea and and so we were feeling very positive about this but that doesn't mean here in the C. word doesn't just are you to your core it does I mean there's no there's no doubt about that you know you can meet anybody in your life who says that they have cancer that they have you know somebody in the you know even your own family members so for example my sister has non Hodgkin lymphoma which by the way just a week ago was pronounced in remission and she was one of the people I was climbing for Mount Rainier so when I heard that news I could not believe it but what was interesting about that is she was hesitant to tell you yes when she went into remission water at my sister was afraid to tell me she was in remission because she didn't want her good news to overshadow the fact that I was newly diagnosed with breast cancer in dealing with that mental and you know psychological Nino aspect and and I told her you know I don't be afraid to give me this kind of news you can't even know how excited I am for you eight years in her battle and she's finally in remission and I told her that that gives me hope and positivity and to have one less person in my family to worry about with cancer because my mother in law has cancer and so now my husband you know he's supporting my sister who is now in remission you supporting his mother any supporting me and it's it's pretty overwhelming but now we're getting through it the odds are that there are a number of people listening right now number of women who have been diagnosed the same way what is it what from inside your or the your your environment gives you the strength to do that and I can observe this marina you're taking us on is that a positive I can win this attitude I think a lot of things I think it's kind of boy it's where you are mentally anyway if you feel like you know what I've been given this the I've been given this hand I've been dealt this hand you have two choices you either deal with it or you don't any and so I chose to deal with it secondly the support around me has been phenomenal I mean we're talking from starting from my family and moving out to our our good friends are best friends and then my coworkers I can't even tell you guys you know my coworkers I told pretty quickly and I just I am so grateful for the support that we have here you guys don't even know what it means sorry we do yeah you know it was interesting berated though because I know you've probably got to go through the chemotherapy yes I do I double a double man yes I mean that's it it wasn't the breast you were worried about it was that gorgeous red hair I know I don't mind getting you know getting but getting a brand new veneer if you don't have that I can't think of a a proper way to say it on the radio well what yeah my hair is gonna I have a head full of red curly hair of anybody's ever seen me and it will go away with chemotherapy now I have been told it'll come back so hopefully it well but I'll get to live for a long day for about you know few months without here that's going to be a very bizarre sort of existence for me and at least as promised to shave her head to it in support right yes I would it's real quick you know you mention the mammogram and I just want to back up a little bit and I'll be really quick about it over do that makes me think that only so the one thing as one message I've given to every woman on that I've encountered so far is the mammogram is what sealed the deal it was like that's what found it and I just can't stress enough that you've got to go get a mammogram if you're of age to do it something else we should very very very spotlight in the whole thing is the stand for the cure tomorrow yes if you would like to contribute and help in any way it's very simple to calmer news dot com come out and see if the lakes ma'am yeah should be fine merino you're amazing and we'll follow this and and hopefully you'll be open about this when I say thank you thank you guys thank you five forty now bad como an update on sports countdown is on the start of husky football season on come off into the ram size checks in from the sports desk another with a practicing senior wide receiver Jacob a clatter once place mall.
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"Very go as always say, and we should say these episodes were not your coun- when lawyer or not your CPA, or just giving information so you could follow up with somebody you trust on your end. Okay. Now, let's go hashtag behind the curtain. Live from China in Baton Rouge. Louisiana today on the show, we have CFP certified financial planner with sage Mark, insulting for almost ten years. He assists families that are looking to grow their wealth, in the retirement and beyond a about accumulation persevered and Altima transfer of their wealth. You know, he has a thing. Every dollar care has a family attached to it. You gotta know what you're doing in do it with the highest integrity. And that's what our guest today. Jason rainier is all about. Thank you so much for being on the show. Well. Today, you ready? So my wife, as you are was doing. She looked like captain America. Ed. The last one that just came out. And he pops on the screen because then looks like your buddy and Baton Rouge as you said that, but one thing she'd ever told you. But remember, it's the pre before he got big. Oh, jay. Man, everything always, but this guy he's actually in a powerlifting. He used to be a runner now. He's kind of power lifter. So, you know, maybe the in between guys, I thought that was really funny. JJ. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Tolerance is you. Tell friendly, we actually went to we've been known each other for me in a long time ever since LSU sometimes you just you find friends that can stick with you and you make an effort and they can last for while almost twenty years, what? Yeah. As more time like eighteen or nineteen in twenty five euros in thinking, man, they're old. Even almost thirty. I really don't. But I mean, I'm sure my cousin think so. Yeah. My kid's think anything over nine or ten years old is just, you know, dinosaur to run around your neck. Don't ask the kid. How would you think they are the opposite? They'll be honest. Hundred at one point as so messed up. Well, let's jump in. We had the previous episode was the student loan planner, you know, as doctors we come out of school roughing around two hundred some people all the way up to like six hundred thousand in debt, and so we were talking about ways that you can consolidate, our can you have loan forgiveness programs and he kinda was talking about near the end a little bit about retirement, and, you know, if you do this, you actually save money, but you need to have a 4._0._1._K you need to have all this other stuff. So that's great. I think James would be a great follow up in this financial series to just kind of go through the four one one somewhat basic. But also some of these higher level things like trust and wheels and things we should look out for in state planning that most doctors, I think would need to know about because they should have the wealth accumulation that warns those types of investment vehicles so audience if sounds really basic stay with it. You'll find some stuff that's kind of heavier at the end. And if you really just, like, wow. Yeah. I'm thirty two and haven't started investing from my retirement, yet, then definitely perk up and grab a pencil in don't wreck while you're driving. So tell intro. But they'll van first before we started what's a CFP. Why is that better than just a whole home person who can invest in some kind of mutual fund for you? Okay. Well, it's not necessarily a better or worse thing, but I can tell you what a CFC is in so people can can know.
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"That rainier who portrayed himself as a savant and genius. Was in fact, a massive manipulator, conman in the crime boss. Keith rainier who led a sex cult in New York, the group members did testify. They told the jury they were pressured to have sex with rainier and ceremonially rebranded near there, bikini lines included where the smallville actress Allison Mack and the Seagram's liquor. Heiress Clare Bronfman, Joe Biden, defended his remarks about working with segregation of senators telling reporters, there's not a racist bone in his body others, like Senator Cory Booker says he's baffled that Biden, didn't understand that he made a mistake to separate ballot initiatives would restrict abortion access in Michigan. And they've been given the okay to collect signatures by the Michigan state board of canvassers Stephen Lord. The Michigan opera theatre conductor for the last three years has resigned, his post after being accused of sexually harassing singers pianists and. Inductors for more than a decade at several locations around the country. WJR news time six three here. Steve Courtney sports. Well, Richard in Pittsburgh last night. The Tigers going for a sweep and the two game series with the pirates and oh it was looking good for a second Tigers up seven one going into the bottom of the third. Now, we fast forward, the pirates come out big with an eight seven win Jordan Zimmermann making his first start since late April three runs five hits in four innings of work. Give Nick Ramirez the loss he falls to three into horrible line here inning in a third six hits five runs Tigers. Now the night off. They'll begin a weekend series in Cleveland. With the tribe game one seven ten tomorrow night. Texas Tech beats Laura's state now Maha last night. Four one, the final, which means the red raiders will meet the Michigan. Wolverines two o'clock tomorrow afternoon in college World Series play. All right. The wheels already turning for the pistons before tonight's draft. Last night. They trade big man. John, lure to the Milwaukee Bucks for forward. Tony Snell, and thirty th pick in the draft ESPN. Reporting this the move as needed wing, they're playing rotation provides a little flexibility for the draft right now. The pistons will have the fifteen thirty and forty fifth picks draft underway. Seven o'clock tonight at the Barclay center in New York, and later on this afternoon, three o'clock be exacted France, it'll be USA ladies taking on Sweden in the round of sixteen in the fetal World Cup Steve..
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"Women and rainier had claimed his sexual relationships were all consensual actress, Catherine oxen, Burg's daughter, whenever nears, victims, save a child who is caught in the grips of this. Cult, so I wasn't gonna stop until until I had succeeded ornery facing life in prison sentence in September. Well, your evening commute on New Jersey transit was hopefully better than this morning. It was a chaotic morning on the rails as several trains became stuck inside the tunnel heading into New York. Penn station. Our delay as a little stuffy. But at times we have the air, and then at times, it wouldn't have the air a number of trains, bypassed pen altogether and headed to Hoboken. Traffic was chaotic in both directions? Oh, we're going to go to Hoboken instead, but then, like the last oh, actually we're going to go to Secaucus because the power came back on Amtrak canceled a number of trains and delayed others. But this Ryder isn't about to head for the airport. A lot of times, I drive. The only reason I'd taken the trains cars out of service, but I'd rather I'd rather be on the ground than fly stutter. I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven WABC news makers on Capitol Hill today asking questions about the Boeing seven thirty-seven, max jetliner, which was involved in two deadly crashes pilot Chesley, sully sullen burger, who learned that his plane on the Hudson testifies fresh are demonstrable evidence that our current system of aircraft design and certification has failed us. These accidents should never have happened. Former White House communications director hope Hicks did not respond to any questions about her time at the White House in a closed door congressional testimony today Hicks answering questions about hush money payments made during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign was asked what you knew about those hush money payments. At the time in the White House. That's when White House lawyers objected that in virtually every other topic about the White House, saying she's covered by immunity that prevents senior White House officials from testifying to Capitol Hill matters occurring in the White House. Correspondent Rajoub reporting Suffolk County will be installing yearly seventy license plate readers throughout twenty-five locations and Brentwood, the summer that the project is to help enhance the county's. Police departments ability to investigate prevent and respond to criminal activity Yankees beat the race. Twelve one in a day game at the stadium Mets in Atlanta forecasts in the Ramsey Maza weather center tonight, cloudy, chance of a shower or thunderstorm blows in your sixties tomorrow, partly sunny, still the chance of an afternoon, shower or thunderstorm. Highs.
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"Founder, Keith rainier, branded and starve young women. He allegedly kept as sex slaves after marketing, his organization as a self fell group for women rainier as attorney says his client didn't need the create a secret cult since he had no problem finding women to be intimate with in any sexual relations between rainier, Ian, the women were consensual. Nary faces charges of sex trafficking and child pornography and a possible life sentence. If convicted Mike, Patrick, NewsRadio eight ten three one WG, wise, woman is headed to prison for the next fifteen years for killing her infant son, last summer, then dumping his body in a hole behind her State Street apartment, building heaven, Polaski agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter charges back in April. Her aunt, Lisa Dutcher was in court for the sentencing, but says she was there for the baby not for her niece. She tells news channel thirteen she wants to make sure that Ray in Pulaski gets the funeral. He deserves help me find out who's getting him. So I can be peace knowing that he's going to be laid to rest in hopefully. Get a proper burial, rains remains been held as evidence in his mother's case up to this point. W G, Y morning news time, eight thirty three. President Trump launching his reelection campaign in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday, speaking to an estimated crowd of twenty thousand supporters President Trump laid out the case. For his reelection in twenty twenty touting the strength of the US economy. Our economy's the envy of the world. The president.
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"FM Oakville, the northwest only twenty four hour news station. Komo four news at eleven straight ahead. Mostly clear overnight lows in the low fifties. Right now in Seattle. It is sixty seven degrees. Watching, KOMO news. Has done by the discovery of body. That was buried in the backyard of a home. Now police are searching for a person of interest, who could be key to solving the mystery of a man's disappearance nearly thirty years ago. We're also learning about a deadly accident on a camp on mount Ranier one clamor dead five had to be rescued. Let's go live to Harborview medical center or one of those climbers is being treated for serious injuries tonight, the rockslide came down on liberty ridge. That's one of the most grueling and dangerous routes to the summit. Rocks tumbled through that camp or six climbers were camped out last night. One of them died. Two others were injured. The other three were not hurt now this picture from mount rainier national park show. Some of the challenging conditions on liberty ridge. All of the climbers were air lifted off today, or waiting to learn more about the climbers, and the person who died, liberty ridge is the same route where six climbers died, five years ago, in may of twenty fourteen it's still unknown. If a rock fall or maybe an avalanche caused the climbers. To fall more than three thousand feet now, as we mentioned liberty ridge is one of the most technically challenging routes to the summit about one hundred climbers attempt at each year, according about rainier national park. It takes an average of three to four days to climb the route, the majority of climbers ascend the ridge in may and June tonight, investigators are searching for a man who might have answer is about a body buried in the backyard of a Bothell home on.
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"Try next co-founder Keith rainier continues in Brooklyn federal court first off, judge nNcholas graphs rejecting a defense motion for mistrial on Wednesday graphics cut short, the defense cross examination of Lauren Saltzman, saying that she was becoming mostly distraught. And the judge did not want her to have a nervous breakdown on the witness. Dan, another development judge graph, as at Monash, Keith Rene for speaking in court about the case in a voice. Voice loud enough that the jury can hear him facing wide range of criminal charges from sex trafficking to forced labor conspiracy guilty plea from a man who admits stabbing his estranged wife several times. At colony salon, fifty two year old Thomas Caulfield face several charges, including attempted murder in connection with last August attack at the beauty and bliss on central avenue. Police said at the time he had violated an order of protection at a knife in metal knuckles in his possession after the attack. Denise Caulfield had to have emergency surgery, and spent time in the ICU sections of the midwest still paying up the pieces severe weather systems, roll through the area late last night early this morning, leaving behind a trail of destruction. Fox's Jeff monosso has more. There's a three square mile area of Jefferson City got the brunt of the storm that crushed businesses homes apartment buildings has this man curled up his mother in prepared for the worst. I'm living or dying. You just have to survive in, hopefully, you can make it through. Through because you can't say love you noth- until it's, you know, you're gone hurt. Three people were killed when their homes were destroyed in golden City, Missouri. And there's the flooding new warnings in Missouri. Kansas, and Oklahoma where to runaway barges slammed into a damn near Webbers falls that town hundred mandatory evacuation order, Jeff monosso, Fox News. The Justice department filing new criminal charges against WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, Saen charged with violating the US espionage act. He was previously charged with conspiracy, the leaks of US, diplomatic cables, and military documents, Sandra Maine's in jail, London, after being visited from the Ecuadorian embassy there after seventeen years behind bars. The man known as the American Taliban is now free. But even as John Walker Lynn was released from an Indiana prison. Authorities warned he remains a potentially violent Islam ick. Extremist US forces captured Lynn in Afghanistan after the attacks on September eleven intelligence documents from. 2016 concluded he was still writing violent extremist tax back in two thousand fifteen. He wrote NBC Los Angeles saying that quote, ISIS doing a spectacular job, then we'll have to serve three years probation after his release afternoon baseball Yanks keep rolling. They sweep the series of the Orioles, sixty five and the Red Sox beat Toronto eight to two WGN news time, coming up to five oh, five bad day on Wall Street. Get the latest in the Bloomberg market minute. This Bloomberg market minute on WGN wise. Presented by Bouche finance group for CFP's one CPA and one CFA. Now, this is expertise. You can trust worries over the possibility of a protracted trade war with China weighed on stocks analysts say the rift between the White House and congressional Democrats and the tensions in the Middle East also got notice. The Dow Jones industrials lost two hundred eighty six points or one point one percent. The NASDAQ fell one hundred twenty three points more than one and a half percent. The S. And P five hundred fell thirty four points or one point two percent, thuja, Maharaj, J, P Morgan asset. Management says hopes for a quick end to the trade war are fading consensus moving more towards McCaw Shen. Nary pessimistic outlook on the trade discussions at say we have to get used to this new normal Maharaj says the risk of a US recession remains low shares of L brands rallied in the down market..
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