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John McAfee accused of $23 million securities fraud

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

John McAfee accused of $23 million securities fraud

"Name in computer security software has been charged with securities fraud. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more between November 2017 In February, 2018 John McAfee leveraged his famous a computer programmer to make more than $23 million by recommending a number of initial coin offerings to his Twitter followers. The problem, said federal prosecutors here in New York was that McAfee failed to disclose he was a paid pitchman. Promoting an investment product without disclosing you're being paid to do. It is unlawful. McAfee is believed to be in Spain, where he was arrested last year for tax evasion. Aaron Qatar Ski ABC News, New York.

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FBI and DHS warn of possible threat to Capitol

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:03 min | 2 d ago

FBI and DHS warn of possible threat to Capitol

"U. S. Capitol Police are beefing up security today due to threats linked to conspiracy theorists. Couples manufacture spoke with a former FBI agent about the prospect of violence. Security has been extremely tight since the insurrection. January 6. So do militia groups pose a real threat to the U. S. Capitol again. ABC Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is not convinced there's a detailed plot. I think they're picking up chatter, conversations except ER that would suggest that least some individuals or Parts of groups like you on on, Like some of the militia groups, the oath keepers. Three percenters, etcetera that there is a conversation out there. What's the significance of March? 4th was originally the inauguration date until 1933. Some of these groups believe former president Trump will regain power on this day. What if that doesn't happen? Here. It says they've already chosen another date. There's something about May 20th now that brings the bell for killing on. So I don't know if you just moved the goal post. If you don't get what you want. The Senate is in session today The house is

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Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbol

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:06 min | 2 d ago

Oregon moves to ban display of nooses, a racist symbol

"Images of horrific lynchings linger in the memories of those who want to make the display of a news. Illegal come most. Corwin hate, explains Lynch Mobs terrorized Black American communities into the 19 sixties. Greg Evans wants the state of Oregon to ban public displays of nooses because, he says, they continue to serve as a symbol of racial hatred and intimidation. Recently, they've been placed in people's yards displayed in marches and even this year. Exhibited in front of the U. S. Capitol Building Heaven serves on the City council in Eugene, he says the news is a personal reminder of his own family's grief of over 100 years ago. That's when a lynch mob in South Carolina murdered his great uncle. He was killed, basting, cleave or offending a white man. It was hung by a noose. His body was riddled with bullets, and then he was set on fire. Oregon's proposed new law would make displaying a noose in public punishable by up to a year in prison and a $6000 fine Corwin Hey CO Moh

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Netanyahu accuses Iran of attacking Israeli-owned cargo ship - Associated Press

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Netanyahu accuses Iran of attacking Israeli-owned cargo ship - Associated Press

"Now accusing Iran of last week's attack on an Israeli cargo ship in the Persian Gulf. ABC is Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem Israel's prime minister, blaming Iran for Friday's blast that damaged in Israeli owned cargo ship in the Gulf of Oman. Benjamin Netanyahu, in a rare TV interview, said Iran was quote clearly behind the attack. Charge. Tehran swiftly rejected. Netanyahu's accusation came after Israeli officials inspected the damaged cargo ship in Dubai. Israel may have carried out a Reprisal strike overnight on Iranian linked targets south of Damascus, Syria reported it intercepted several alleged Israeli missiles. No comment from Jerusalem. Georgiana Miller, ABC

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New York Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker Gets Grilled At State Hearing On Nursing Home COVID Deaths

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:35 sec | Last week

New York Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker Gets Grilled At State Hearing On Nursing Home COVID Deaths

"And relating to the coronavirus. Actor Howard Zucker was questioned by state lawmakers at a hearing yesterday, and he testified that his order and march to readmit residents to nursing homes after being released. Some hospitals did not contribute to more covert deaths. I was in the facilities 98% of the people I had in the facilities it came in from the community was already be it was there long before we even knew it was spreading them. He was asked his decision. It was to hold back on releasing the number of nursing home deaths. Zucker responded that details and specifics are subject to an ongoing investigations got Pringle reporting. An Air force base in suburban Phoenix will be distributing bottled water to

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Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:20 sec | Last week

Manhattan district attorney obtains Trump's long-sought tax records

"President Trump's tax records are reportedly in the hands of New York state prosecutors now multiple reports saying that Trump's accounting firm Has provided several years of records to the Manhattan district attorney's office to prep the former president trying to keep those records private. For years, the U. S Supreme Court rejected the former president's last ditch appeal to keep those records under wraps.

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Seattle Public Schools will settle lawsuit with former athletic director for $400,000

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:32 sec | Last week

Seattle Public Schools will settle lawsuit with former athletic director for $400,000

"Seattle Public schools settles lawsuit with former athletic director Erik McCurdy was fired in 2018. The Seattle School Board approved the settlement agreement on Wednesday. The district will pay $133,000 while it's insurance company will pay the rest of the $400,000 settlement. The Seattle Times reports. McCurdy was fired after he was the subject of a harassment complaint from a former district employees that employees received a half million dollars settlement from the district in October of that year. Cordy claim the district's decision was based on incomplete information and

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Court blocks release of records about Seattle cops in Washington, DC on Jan. 6

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:48 sec | Last week

Court blocks release of records about Seattle cops in Washington, DC on Jan. 6

"Ruling is temporarily stopped the city of Seattle from naming six SPD officers who attended that Trump rally that preceded the U. S Capitol attack go most, Corwin Hank explains. The officers requested and were granted a temporary injunction to prevent the city from releasing their names in response to a public records request filed by Cuomo News and others. Geneva. Taylor with the Office of Police Accountability, says SPD has suspended at least two of those officers but otherwise is tight lipped. I can tell you is that it is being investigated. The officer's attorney says. None were involved in the Capitol attack. The Seattle Times reports. The restraining order is good until a second hearing on March 10th. That's when a King County Superior Court judge will decide whether to lift the injunction or make it permanent.

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Biden marks lives lost as U.S. nears grim COVID-19 milestone

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:17 sec | Last week

Biden marks lives lost as U.S. nears grim COVID-19 milestone

"News Center. President Biden is planning to honor the American lives lost to the Corona virus with a candlelight ceremony at sundown tonight. He'll also deliver remarks about the death toll, which is approaching or eclipsing half a million. Depending on how you calculated Biden ordering US flags lowered to half staff to mark the latest

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Seattle can expect a wet weather forecast this week

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:30 sec | Last week

Seattle can expect a wet weather forecast this week

"34 incoming forecast now and we expect rain to continue through today and probably a lot of tomorrow as well. National Weather Service issued a flood watch that he's in effect from now until four tomorrow afternoon. Then Wednesday, we might have some partly sunny skies before a new system of rain hits us on Thursday and Friday high temperatures this week, starting out warm today in the loader even mid fifties but then dipping down into the mid to upper forties for the next several days. In Seattle. Right now, it's 50 degrees. With some rain

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What Can I Deduct On My Taxes In 2021?

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

What Can I Deduct On My Taxes In 2021?

"With consumer reporter her boys bomb. A lot of us have been working from home for almost a year. Now we bought office supplies, paper and ink for the printer. Maybe some new office equipment. Can we deduct any of this on our federal income tax form? In a word? No. You can only take a home office deduction if you are self employed. If you're an employee of a company, you're not eligible to the doctor home office expenses.

Seattle pays $10,000 to settle lawsuit over homeless sweep at Cal Anderson Park

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seattle pays $10,000 to settle lawsuit over homeless sweep at Cal Anderson Park

"To settle a lawsuit brought by a woman who challenged the homeless encampment sweep at a City park Last December, A Yeager filed a federal lawsuit hoping to block the city's plans to clear the encampment it Cale Anderson Park. She argued that a sweep would violate her civil rights. A judge declined and the city cleared the encampment amid escalating protests and about two dozen arrests. The Seattle Times reports that the city agreed to the settlement. To avoid further litigation. All my

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Biden says vaccines will be available to all Americans by end of July

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden says vaccines will be available to all Americans by end of July

"News President Joe Biden held a CNN town hall question and answer session in Milwaukee last night. Addressing everything from covert relief to when he thinks the pandemic might end A B C's Karen Travers is in Washington with more on what he said about vaccines. President Biden in a town hall on CNN Tuesday night, said Americans who want to get a covert 19 vaccine should be able to get one before the end of the summer. Now attractive enough supply. For 300 million Americans. By the end of July. Dr. Anthony Fauci Wednesday morning echoed the president, telling CBS He shifted his own recent thinking on the timeline from late May early June 2 now mid July because of the availability of vaccine doses coming from Johnson and Johnson, Karen Travers, ABC NEWS

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Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson Dies

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson Dies

"Today that Marriott's boss has died. The company, says CEO Arne Sorenson, who had been fighting pancreatic cancer since May of 2019 passed away on Monday at the age of 62. Sorenson had been Marriotts chief executive since 2012

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Bristol-Myers, Sanofi ordered to pay Hawaii $834 million over Plavix label

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bristol-Myers, Sanofi ordered to pay Hawaii $834 million over Plavix label

"Squibb Squibb and and Sanofi Sanofi have have been been given given on on order order by by a a U. U. S S judge judge to to pay pay more more than than $834 $834 million million to to the the state state of of Hawaii Hawaii for failing to properly warn non white patients of health risks from its blood thinner Plavix. The judge ruled that the companies had failed to change the drug's label to warn doctors and patients Despite knowing some of the wrists for more than a decade. U. S.

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Seattle's Mercer Island considers camping ban on public property

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seattle's Mercer Island considers camping ban on public property

"Island City Council is expected to vote tonight on a measure that would ban camping on city streets and parks come most Charlie harder reports the ordinance would make it difficult for homeless people to spend the night on public property. Instead, the city of Mercer Island would make an arrangement to take people to shelters in other cities. On the East Side, Council member Jake Jacobsen is a batter of the proposal. People to places where they can't help it. If people don't want to get help, and say I'm not going any shelter than they have made a decision, the up into the justice system Now some people in Mercer Island and the CL U of Washington say this is just a way to criminalize homelessness. And it doesn't address its causes. Mercer Island Police say there are fewer than a dozen homeless people they regularly come into contact with

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Seattle Storm sign perennial WNBA All-Star forward Candice Dupree

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:23 sec | 3 weeks ago

Seattle Storm sign perennial WNBA All-Star forward Candice Dupree

"Storm lost All star Alicia Clark to the Mystics last week after she signed a free agent deal. Now the storm filled her spot on the roster with another all star, Candice debris. I knew that teams were interested, but for me, it was like money and winning. Those were my my two big things, so it was pretty easy to help narrow down a lot of the teams and Seattle was the best fit to pre average is a little more than 14 points a

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2 FBI agents killed while serving warrant in Florida

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:18 sec | Last month

2 FBI agents killed while serving warrant in Florida

"Christopher Wray honoring the lives of two FBI agents who were shot and killed today It happened in Sunrise, Florida In Ray's statement, he identifies the officials as special agents Daniel Alphen and Laura Schwarzenberger. The agents were killed while serving a federal search warrant is part of a violent crimes against Children case the federal

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"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

"This is KOMO program director Rick van Cise, and I invite you to listen to KOMO on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO news dot com and KOMO News Radio. We are Seattle's leading all news. Radio station and the home of the huskies. We are in game coverage right now in contractually prohibited from carrying the broadcast online, but you can catch all the action live on the radio at KOMO news one thousand on the AM band and at ninety seven point seven FM. This is KOMO program director Rick van Cise, and I invite you to listen to KOMO on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO news dot com and KOMO News Radio. We are Seattle's leading all News Radio station and the home of the huskies. We're in game coverage right now in contractually prohibited from carrying the broadcast online, but you can catch all the action live on the radio at KOMO news one thousand on the AM band and at ninety seven point seven FM. This is KOMO program director, Rick van Cise, and I invite. Right. You to listen to coamo on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO news dot com and KOMO News Radio. We are Seattle's leading all News Radio station and the home of the huskies we are in game coverage right now and contractually prohibited from carrying the broadcast online, but you can catch all the action live on the radio at KOMO news one thousand on the AM band and at ninety seven point seven FM. This is KOMO program director Rick van Cise, and I invite you to listen to KOMO on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand m ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO, news dot com and KOMO News Radio. We are Seattle. Leading all News Radio station, and the home of the huskies we are in game coverage right now and contractually prohibited from carrying the broadcast online, but you can catch all the action live on the radio at KOMO news one thousand on the AM band and at ninety seven point seven FM. This is KOMO program director Rick van Cise, and I invite you to listen to coamo on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO news dot com and KOMO News Radio. We are Seattle's leading all News Radio station and the home of the huskies we are in game coverage right now and contractually prohibited from carrying the broadcast online, but you can catch all the action live on the radio at KOMO news one thousand on the AM band and at ninety seven point seven FM. This is KOMO program director. Rick van Cise, and I invite you to listen to KOMO on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO news dot com and KOMO News Radio. We are Seattle's leading all News Radio station and the home of the huskies we are in game coverage right now and contractually prohibited from carrying the broadcast online, but you can catch all the action live on the radio at KOMO news one thousand on the AM band and at ninety seven point seven FM. This is KOMO program director Rick van Cise, and I invite you to listen to KOMO on air and online for our award winning news coverage traffic every ten minutes on the fours. And of course, everything purple and gold on your husky nation station. Komo news one thousand and FM ninety seven seven thank you for clicking on KOMO news dot com and KOMO news..

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"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick van Cise top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. It could be a few days before crews able to recover the body of a pilot killed this morning and a helicopter crash on the Olympic peninsula. The update from coma. Ios. Carleen Johnson around seven forty this morning. A flight mechanic called nine one one to say the pilot part of a logging operations crew had radioed. He was going down a bit more than an hour later logger a working at the at the site located the wreckage that site said to be about ten miles north west of lake crescent that lager confirmed at the scene. The pilot was dead. Nobody else on board Brian king chief criminal deputy. With the column county sheriff's office guard helicopter has flown over the top was not able to actually grop and location due to the steep terrain interested dangers associated and the fact that there was confirmation on the pilot that that he in fact was the snow is waist deep there on the forest. Very thick. The FAA is sending a team to investigate that chopper said to be out of Montana company called iron eagle helicopters. Carleen johnson. Komo news for the candidates for president promises to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google if she's elected. More from komo's Gregg Hersholt democratic Senator. Elizabeth Warren says the move is needed to restore the balance of power in our democracy and to promote competition. She says her administration would appoint regulators who are committed to reversing illegal anticompetitive tech mergers. And that includes Amazon's purchase of whole foods. Facebook's partnership with what's WhatsApp and Instagram and Google's ownership of ways nest and doubleclick Warren also wants to label key services like Amazon's marketplace for goods and Google search as platform utilities, which would have to be spun off from those tech giant's businesses on those platforms. No comment yet from the companies that would be affected. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news in effort to limit the amount of information state and local agencies share with the federal immigration officials is moving forward in Olympia. The Senate just passed the keep Washington working act that Bill would also provide state taxpayer funded services to anyone regardless of a person's citizenship or immigration status. A Bill now goes to the house. Komo news time twelve oh four we need to get right on the track. Aaa traffic.

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"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick van Cise with editor Bill O'neil in headlines were standing by for word from Alexandria Virginia, where former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is about to hear his sentence for tax and Bank fraud. It could be twenty years which could indeed be a life sentence. He is sixty nine years old as we continue with other top stories anti-tax initiative promoter, Tim, I'm pleading not guilty to stealing a seventy dollars chair from Office Depot charged with misdemeanor theft. I'm and says he thought he had paid for the chair, but was distracted by a phone call and the AP confirms the federal government kept a database on journalists activists organizers and instigators during an investigation into last year's migrant caravan from Mexico, the discovery roiling civil liberties groups and activists who condemn that operation. The latest jobs report comes out tomorrow. What can you expect will bankratEcom senior economic analyst Mark Hamrick spoke with komo's? Tom hutler the job market, well as you write to little bit like a marathon runner. It's a it's gone past the usual finish line. But there is a. A continuation of the race. What do you see tomorrow? We don't know if there's going to be an ultra marathon for this economic expansion or not things have begun to slow down here lately. And we think that'll be the story with this upcoming jobs report. So the good news is the economy's continuing to roll right along. But we don't know the exact lifespan with respect to the February jobs report after more than three hundred thousand jobs are added in the previous month, we expect to have added about one hundred eighty thousand in February. And remember that we had a little bit uptick in the unemployment rate, mostly because of the partial government shutdown. So we'll get that back and that should bring the unemployment rate back down a little bit and the inflation picture under control, the which keeps the interest rates where they are for the time being in this case, it's really more Tom the risk of inflation on the MIR of inflation that would prompt the fed to do something. And so to the extent that we have all kinds of sort of currents that economies around the world are swimming against the US global trade issues, obviously, whatever's going to happen with Brexit. Whatever's going to happen with the US China trade discussions as well as some temporary impacts, cold weather or the first of the year, the shutdown now, obviously in the rear view mirror right now, it looks as if growth in the first quarter is going to be pretty weak. And so the fed not seeing any inflation pressures using that word patient with respect to possible interest rate increases. And so we just conducted our first-quarter economists survey Bank rate we published that yesterday and economists are really ratcheting down their expectations for rising interest rates, the majority do think the fed will raise rates this year. But in the previous quarter, they basically had said that universally that there would be two to four interest rate hikes this year, and that's just seen as completely off the table right now to me, it seems hard to even be able to possibly envision a rate hike here in the first half of the year. In the meantime, we as consumers should just. Kind of continue to try and save and improve our finances. That's the most important thing. Tom is I like to say having hailed from a midwestern state make hay while the sun shines on. So that means maintaining our professional networks as workers if indeed there is an unemployment spike will want to activate that as soon as possible. In the meantime, not be among the many Americans who were graph that they hadn't say for emergencies Nabi among the only forty percent or actually to Nabi among the majority of Americans who cannot pay a one thousand dollar or more emergency expense from saving. So now's the time to save for retirement and save for emergencies. Mark as always we appreciate it. That jobs report coming out tomorrow bankrate dot com has more information. That's Mark Hamrick. Joining us all right. Japan. Thanks to Tom.

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"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick van Cise. Our editor is Bill O'neil in these headlines in the new state lawmakers are thinking about expanding the express toll lanes on I four zero five critics point to a department of transportation admission though, that the lanes aren't moving traffic as fast as had been hoped reports say R Kelly is being charged with ten counts now of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. In Illinois where a videotape surfaced allegedly showing the R N B superstar having sex with an underage girl. Microsoft sounder founder, Bill Gates speaking with ABC's Brad Mielke about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality in the tech industry listening recently, he's been asked what he thinks about a new taxes on people like the super wealthy and one point he called a theory about ignoring deficits, crazy talk. And so I started by asking if a tax hike say a seventy percent marginal tax rate was a good idea. No, no, no, no, no. You can have. The the focusing on the ordinary income rate, actually. May not be whether it's the most potential we we can have more progressive path station. I've been the most pro estate tax person, you know, other billionaires don't agree with me. But I, you know, the peop- I disagree that we should get rid of the estate tax. I think it should be collect even more money. We should be more progressive. It's the capital gains. And come though, that tends to be taxed, the least and for the very rich, and they didn't get rich from ordinary income from a salary that was the shares they own and so if you're going to be more progressive, you should probably look at that income inequality as a major issue right now. And how do you solve that? Without it being a simple attacks fix. No. We should we should have more progressive tax system. According to me. Not infinitely progressive sees. Everybody's well, then you do get innovation problems. Another part of your letter, you talk about male anger. Right. And I think that's something that a lot of Americans have been thinking about well, certainly the intensity. I brought to the job, you know, working day and night being maniacal. I'm sure for some of the people who worked for me. It didn't get their best performance. Now. Sadly, we were it was mostly males working on these things. And you know, maybe. We could have drawn more women in if we were a little bit less intense about it. So in retrospect, you think that's something you could have changed, and I've certainly grown a lot. Over the decades. The foundation we need quite a mix of people not just men and women, but you know, people from different parts of the world. People whose skill set is more in the field where less analytical, and yet we need the analytical types too. So I wanted to ask you about Jeff Bezos, according.

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"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick van Cise. Our editors Taylor van Cise and Bill O'neil in a headlines as expected the US Senate voted down a pair of competing bills aimed at ending the partial government shutdown. The Seattle fire department now says investigators believe deadly New Year's Eve house fire was caused by marijuana grow light to died in early morning house fire in the rainier valley as we continue on the KOMO noon report, the largest individual settlement in city history is being paid out by Seattle insurers as komo's Brian Calvert tells us that money goes to a woman seriously hurt after she was hit by an ambulance. The crash happened back in two thousand sixteen as the ambulance with lights and siren on went through a red light at the intersection of fourth and Seneca. Brooke Taylor had a green light at the same section. The drive recite of her Porsche was hit sending Taylor to Harborview with critical injuries. The attorney would never again be able to return to her high. Paying job, which is why this settlement is. So high Taylor's attorneys successfully argued that the thirty eight year old had plenty of working years left in her life. And that each of those years, she would earn in excess of a million dollars. That's why the settlement amount totals nearly sixty six million dollars that settlements already been given to the Taylor family, minus a six and a half million dollar deductible insurance paid for this payout. Brian Calvert, KOMO news, Delaware, kindergartner hopped on a school bus this week, but didn't make it to class ABC's GIO Benitez picks up the story he fell asleep and woke up in this park school, bus, alone and frightened school. I was not. Somewhere else? Right. Wasn't until the end of the school day when the bus drivers started afternoon routes that five year old Ivan poll was finally discovered according to the school district. There was a child reminder alarm system on board. But it wasn't working skit pokes. Parents weren't notified for hours. And now, they're demanding answers. When I picked him up. He had nothing to eat. And he said he was crying. Just last month a similar scene.

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"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"rick van" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Rick van Cise. Our editors are Taylor van Cise and Bill O'neil in the headlines to showdown votes in the Senate underway now to end the partial government shutdown both competing bills are expected to fail. Some eight hundred thousand federal workers are set to miss another paycheck tomorrow Seattle police on the hunt for a gunman who shot a man in the leg at Ravenna park this morning. Witnesses say that shooting followed a confrontation between the two the victim in serious condition. And I always Senator says she is the survivor of sexual and physical abuse the story now from ABC's Linsey Davis, Senator Joni Ernst, the first female combat veteran elected to the US Senate. Is speaking out telling Bloomberg about a sexual assault. She says she suffered while in college and addressing recent allegations about what she calls an abusive relationship with her estranged husband. I was now forced out as a survivor, and I think every survivor should have the right to decide when it's their time to tell a story. This revelation comes just days after divorce filings obtained by the in register paint what she called a dark and troubling time in her marriage. The Senator saying she was a victim of verbal and physical abuse earth's fighting back tears while speaking with reporters what I want to remind everybody is that. I'm still the same person was a week ago. The only differences there, you know, more about me now than you did a week ago Senator Ernst and her now ex husband Gail, both trade accusations of infidelity, then affidavit she claims once they argued it became physical, and she fled the house with their daughter in the middle of the night. Ernst mom, considered a rising star says in court documents, she interviewed to be Donald Trump's running mate. During says, she turned the role down in part because her ex-husband, quote hated any successes. I had and would belittle me and get angry anytime I achieved a goal in the affidavit her ex husband did not address the allegations of abuse. But says he never had an affair and that he was the one who gave up his goal. So that his wife could pursue her dreams. We did reach out to him, but he declined to come. That's ABC's. Linsey Davis reporting. The US State Department says it does not consider an order by nNcholas Maduro for US diplomats to leave Venezuela in the next few days. Legal Madero issued the statement soon after President Trump recognized one Widodo as the country's president the US says Madero does not have the authority to kick out our diplomats. So what you'll have is on one side Madero who was sworn into his second term just a few weeks ago on the other side, the thirty five year old opposition leader, one Guido calling data collection rigged and being sworn in himself as president by the national assembly and car. In the middle of all this those American diplomats and their families who will remain in.

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KOMO

03:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Afternoon. I'm Rick van Cise, our editor, Jeremy grater, and here's a look at some of the top stories. These headlines federal workers receiving pay stubs today with only zeros effective. The lingering government shutdown hitting home today. Fuming government employees. Posting pictures of those pay stubs on Twitter. Defense official says no American troops have withdrawn yet from Syria, but some military cargo has been pulled out there two thousand troops working in Syria area. Well, now that former Donald Trump joining Michael Cohen has agreed to testify publicly before a house committee next month. Are we learning anything more about what he might say we go live to Washington DC in Washington Post reporter Matt's Pataki for the latest good afternoon. Matt how are you? Hey, I'm good. Thank you for having me. Hey, you bet. Do we have any more information about the hearing by the oversight and government reform committee next month? Well, the one piece of information we have is somewhat. Disappointing were kidding hints that he might not really be able to talk about Russia related stuff that chairman of that committee seems to be still working it out with Muller about what Cohen can testify about that won't sort of step on Muller's toes. And then the chairman of the Intel committee who served the Russia proper investigation is in his committee. He said look that stuff is going to have to be behind closed doors. So I still think it will be a very exciting hearing. I mean, Michael Cohen was the president's former lawyer talked lovingly about being the president fixer. He knows where all the bodies are buried, but he's probably not going to be able to say a lot on Russia at least from the indications. We're getting so far today and given that what does the house wanna hear from him? I mean is this lane groundwork for possible impeachment or what? Well, I think what they probably want to hear from him about these payments to women to sort of keep quiet about alleged affairs with the president during the campaign that led to Michael Cohen pleading guilty to a criminal charge, and and a combined with some other criminal charges. He ultimately ended up being sentenced to three years in prison who actually report to prison a month after his testimony. I lawmakers want to get to the bottom of that. We've heard a lot about that in court. But certainly there are still unanswered questions about sort of the specific knowledge than Michael Cohen says Donald Trump had about those payments to specific directions that were given. And I think they just want to, you know, want to know exactly what culpability the president has here. And what sort of the Democrats is again to game of what political nightmare. They can cause for the president. With that information. We're talking with Matt's up Petoskey from the Washington Post. Matt what is Cohen half to gain from testifying Cohen wants to tell his story. And you could see that after he was sentenced. He went on George Stephanopoulos. This show or went on on the morning and said of laid out some more details about the campaign finance stuff, and repeated what he had said it his sensing that he was sort of six things for Trump. He was covering up Trump's dirty deeds. I think this is a story that he wants to talent he probably sees congress as a good venue to tell it this way, he sort of can't be accused of just sort of doing a media tour where he can lie all he wants without consequence. He'll be under oath again when he testifies before congress, and that will lend some credibility to his story, which he clearly really wants to share. He talked at length at his sentencing hearing he didn't need to do that did the mediator afterwards. As I mentioned, he just wants to sort of get his story out there. Lot to develop of course between now and win. The testimony starts on Capitol Hill, and you can read more online at Washington Post dot com man's up. Petoskey? Thank you for your time today. Thank you. Komo news time twelve nineteen just ahead of our money update. Interesting story that AT and T. Just announced it's going to stop selling.

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rick van Cise, our editor, Jeremy grater these headlines Lindsey Graham, the incoming chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee says attorney general nominee. William bar has confidence in special counsel. Robert Muller van will let Muller finish his Russia investigation. California. Governor Gavin Newsom has responded to a threat by President Trump to withhold federal money intended to help the state cope with wildfires. The governor's saying residents should not be victims of partisan bickering. The president says California won't get the money unless it improves its forest management practices. President Trump addressing the nation last night about the government shutdown a wrap up of what he said from ABC's Cecilia Vega. My fellow Americans in his first ever primetime address from the Oval Office, President Trump appealing directly to the American people for his border wall. But stopping short of declaring a national emergency to pay for it. The federal government. Remains shut down for one reason and one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security in his ten minutes speech riddled with factual inaccuracies. The president argued there is a crisis at the southern border. This is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul every day customs and border patrol agents encounter thousands of illegal immigrants trying to enter our country. But in reality, total apprehensions of illegal crossers have actually plunged in recent decades. So they have ticked up over the past year. They're still at historic lows. The president also pointed to drug trafficking to make his case. Our southern borders a pipeline for vast quantities of illegal drugs, including meth heroin cocaine. Every week. Three hundred of our citizens are killed by heroin alone. Ninety percent of which floods across from our southern border. Yes. Ninety percent of heroin does come across the southern border. But almost all of it comes through legal ports of entry and a border wall would not stop it. And about that campaign promise, I guarantee you folks that Mexico is going to pay for the wall. The wall will also be paid for indirectly by the great new trade deal. We have made with Mexico, but that is false. There is no evidence. The president's revised NAFTA agreement would do that. And congress still needs to approve it. How much more American blood must be shed before? Congress does its job. It seems his fight with congress and the shutdown will end no time soon but hearing side by side at the same podium democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer demanded equal airtime for their own. Rebuttal is President Trump must've holding people hostage much stop manufacturing crisis must reopen. The government most.

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04:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Afternoon. I'm Rick van Cise. Our editor Taylor van Cise headlines. Now the flag draped casket holding former president George H W Bush is in Houston. Now, there'll be an intern ceremony at the George Bush presidential library museum tomorrow at Texas. Am university a Turkish prosecutor demanding arrest warrants be issued for two Saudi nationals for the murder of journalists Jamal kashogi. The two men are close to Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman core documents described the man as planners of Khashoggi's murder is a federal consumer protection agency being sabotaged from within by Trump appointees. Bent on curbing its power will. Yes, according to a new report in the Washington Post authored in part, by Rene Merle who joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Renee, how are you? Great. Thank you for having me. Thanks for joining us before we get into the details of the story. And what you've discovered I briefly describe what the consumer financial protection bureau is all about what are they supposed to do. Agency, that was created after the financial crisis to protect people average people financial companies, otherwise they police the mortgage is that you can get the credit cards, the tech stage or checking account's overdraft fees, all the consumer finance issues that came a hot button issue after the financial crisis were taken care of by this agency, the agency has been criticized by as we know about the GOP. So what's happened since the new administration took over it installed its political appointees to run it. What's happened? Is that you've seen that the number of cases, they number? PP is going after a company has dropped by more than half. At the same time the number of complaints that you're getting could about bad act actually, building up and also this is a fairly. Seventeen hundred people but you've seen about ten percent turnover in the last year with the Trump administration's take over the agency what has been their explanation. Rene? Have you had any feedback from either the agency leaders of the White House? They're just doing what they're supposed to do. They say that before the Trump administration was too aggressive that it was too hard on financial companies that it asks for finds that works that it was you know, that it needs to be reined in could strain. And that's exactly what they're doing their thing that we're trying to follow the letter of the law not put the legal boundaries. No it agency in part by they want to cooperate with the financial industry more than the you know that. During the previous administration where there was more obviously right after financial crisis the administration Aaron. Clash and now the Trump administration says we're taking a different tone is it unusual for a new administration to stack. The odds against an agency say doesn't agree with or it has problems with. Always a swing when. Action comes in. But what's unusual about what's going on with E S P? Because the newer agency lessons ten years old. But also being done right now ball Dany by somebody who didn't want to exist. It called it a joke. He said that it was it didn't exist that he actually voted for legislation that would have gotten rid of it. This is a little bit more extreme a chef. Then we would usually see I've talked to numerous people within the agency. Who said look, you know, we expect there to be some changes when the new administration came in. But what's happening now, it's so much more than you would typically see when they're the turnover administration. You can read more details online at Washington Post dot com, by Rene Merle. Thank you Rene. Appreciate the time today. Thank you. Komo news time twelve forty nine. As we continue on the KOMO noon report, it won't be long before the Alaskan way viaduct will be nothing more than a memory work to tear down the aging roadway begins in early February shortly after the new ninety nine tunnel opens. But there's at least three weeks starting January eleventh when Yep. The Videx going to be closed and the tunnel won't be open. Brian Nielsen who's leading the viaduct replacement for the state DOT says it's slightly when highway ninety nine was closed in twelve twenty sixteen traffic will be very bad as it was two years ago, the peak hour.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rick van Cise with Carleen Johnson top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven newscenter. A high speed police chase began its two homeless county early this morning ended with gunshots in woodinville. Here's komo's Corwin Hake. Police confronted the driver here just off state route five twenty two shortly after five this morning after a chase that started in Lynnwood continue to Seattle to Redmond. And finally here close to woodinville high school deputies approached the vehicle. And then shots were fired. Police spokeswoman Kristen Banfield says deputies shot and wounded a forty two year old man in the suspect car, he's at Harborview medical center. No officers were hurt although a sheriff's vehicle ended up in a ditch police had to block one hundred ninety fifth to gather evidence woodinville high school teacher Clark. Cock says that shut down the most used route to schools or what it means is that for fifteen hundred students they're going to have to go up around and work their way on the north shore school district says the start of school was not delayed, even though some students and staff were in woodinville Corwin Hake. Komo news councilman who pleaded guilty to five counts of communicating with a minor. For immoral purposes has been sentenced to five years in prison despite attempts to revoke his plea, which you said was coerced. The daily news of long view reports. Sixty-five-year-old Donald HOGAN pleaded guilty in August in September HOGAN claimed he knew the sexually charged conversation was a set up in that he only continued it. So he could file a lawsuit against. Police in order to support his wife in October. He said he wanted to withdraw his guilty. Plea records say HOGAN said Facebook messages, thinking he was conversing with a thirteen year old girl, and he made plans to meet the girl in may. But was arrested by police when he got there a judge denied his request to withdraw his plea and sentenced him to prison. Frank lenzi. Komo news this week. Members of the state patrol are meeting with tribal members says both groups worked to establish a state wide database for missing native American women. State Representative genome moss Brooker should have been done decades ago. Taking the lead and hopefully having all states follow suit the legislature passed a lot over the summer mandating the database there remains no national database for missing native women still to come on the KOMO noon report. It's an old scam demanding money over the phone how scammers targeting island county seemed legit. The odds of a second West.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Carleen Johnson along with Rick van sice, and we have Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. Now your headlines the man accused in Pittsburgh synagogue massacre has appeared briefly in a federal courthouse in a wheelchair to face charges. He killed eleven Robert Bowers was released from a hospital this morning and turned over to federal authorities Associated Press has learned that the man accused of sending pipebombs soup prominent Democrats had a list of elected officials and others who investigators believe were intended targets, the mass shooting at that synagogue in Pittsburgh, more than a dozen pipebombs sent a high profile people critical of the president komo's MandA factor reports on the connection between violent extremism and social media over the past several years John Cohen, formerly with the department of homeland security says there's been an increase in mass casualty attacks or other acts of violence who's behind them. Affected violence prone. Individuals with underlying mental health issues who self connect with some ideological caused primarily based on what they see on the internet or through social media Cohen believes these people are also influenced by the current political climate profits are elected officials think about the messaging they're going to use to energize their political base for a cause or a policy. They need to understand that their words are also being heard by potential attackers. And their words may serve as the inspiration for that attacker to go out and mass murderer Cohen says that is of increasing concern among law enforcement MandA factor. Komo news President Donald Trump says the media is the true enemy of people in the wake of Saturday's mass shooting in Pittsburgh, at that synagogue. He tweeted today, there is great anger in our country caused in part by inaccurate and even fraudulent reporting of the news. He added the media must stop the open and obvious hostility. And report the news accurately and fairly. There's very first comments after the shooting. The president did not mention the victims though, we suggested armed.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rick van Cise top stories now from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Chevro- women were rescued from prostitution this week in a state patrol sting called operation human freight Gables and with the state patrol says the rest stop on I five in Federal Way has long been a trouble spot for law enforcement area. Looks a lot different at night. After six pm six eight ten pm is loaded with with cars and people and not all of them are here to just take a break and last night officers posing as John's arrested nine women for prostitution Tuesday night too. But the women will not be charged. Instead, they're being connected with services and programs in an effort to get them out of the sex trade additional arrests could come as the investigation continues with the hope of arresting the pimps who are forcing the women into prostitution a metal fabrication shop in the Kent valley destroyed by fire early today. Komo's Carleen Johnson was on scene all morning twenty-six than eighty fifth place south just to the south of one sixty seven or eighty four th and central exit and drivers this morning. Stuck in traffic on 167 could look over to the right early on see the billowing smoke and later just the massive number of firetrucks big ladder still shooting down onto what's left of the building that housed at triple a welding company family owned business here nearly forty years owner, Jeff. Hall was asked what he thinks might have started that we didn't get lackadaisical today's shutdown, but you know, my crew. Sure me. They went through the proper procedures and everything was shut down. Like, we do every time. And so I can only assume it was some kind of an electrical Jason.

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05:37 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rick van Cise. Our editors Bill O'neil and Taylor van Cise headlines. Now, President Trump says he's prepared to impose a twenty five percent tax on an additional two hundred sixty seven billion dollars in Chinese imports. This in response to Beijing's announcement that it's retaliating against the Trump administration's imposition of a ten percent tax on two hundred billion of Chinese imports to begin on Monday. The Senate approving a wide ranging eight hundred fifty four billion dollar Bill that provides a fixed to keep the government open through December seventh and funds the military and a host of civilian agencies. And by the way, if you are in the military or know someone there the pay increases two point six percent. That's the largest for the military raise in about nine years. President Trump has ordered the Justice department declassify some of its big findings in the Russian election meddling investigation. Why? Washington Post national security reporter, Matt CEPA tusk is on the story and joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Good afternoon. Matt. Hey, how are you doing? Well. So obviously law enforcement tends to hold evidence close to the vest during an ongoing investigation. Why does the president want the stuff out? Well, he says it's in the interest of transparency, and he points to conservative lawmakers, essentially his allies pushing for this material to be released. I think Democrats would say, well, it's not really just a transparency move. This is about discrediting the Muller investigation the special counsel investigation. These documents have to do with the investigation of Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, the investigation of Donald Trump's campaign. And so what it seems to be that he's doing is on the ceiling or declassifying certain parts that his allies Spink will let them throw shade on this investigation and say, hey, this has really murky origins has has really sort of CD origins. And whenever Muller concludes. They will be able to say, well, we can't really believe him. Remember, all those documents. We showed you that discredited. This probe your report in the post says the president has shied away from pulling the trigger. So so while of a sudden now. Yeah. This this has been sort of a long running dispute mainly between conservative lawmakers and the Justice department of the White House has got involved the of just continuously pushed for the department to release more and more documents about the Russia probe and every time. It's like the Justice department sends a little bit conservative lawmakers say they're happy a couple of weeks. And then they want more in each time. Either get materials they say, oh, look at this. This shows this Russia probe is really bad or they don't get materials. And they say look the Justice department is trying to hide died something I think what has happened now is they just sort of nearing an impasse. The Justice department has given everything it will just give when lawmakers ask and they're just going to say, no. But if the president who is in charge of the Justice department order them to declassify things, they can't say, no. So this is sort of an escalation of things, and I think President Trump got involved because conservative law. Makers had said to him publicly. Look, we need your help. They're not bending anymore. We're talking with Washington Post national security reporter Mads appetite skiing. Matt now that the president has ordered the release. What happens? I mean, obviously, this stuff's got to be scrutinized by intelligence agencies before secret information would get out at great question. And even the Justice department. I think is wrestling with what practically to do. So one of the documentation is this Pfizer foreign applic- form warrant application and Carter page, a former Trump campaign adviser that one's a little easier. There have been portions of that already released the Justice department sort of already been through that one. So they'll just go through the unreleased portions, and then potentially release low those, but there are other things that are a little trickier. Like whole reports of interviews with subjects not subjects important people. In the rush investigation, the president wants to release tax messages of Jim Colmey of Andrew McCabe. Peter Struck of Lisa page of the Justice department official name, Bruce or related to the Russia case. So presumably the Justice department will have to go through all of those messages and see which ones are Russia related which ones are private which ones should be released. So there's a lot still to be worked through just from a practical perspective to determine like, hey, what can actually be put out in response to this. Presidential directive has always thanks for your update. Matt. Thank you. You can read more online at Washington Post dot com. Komo news time twelve fifty time for your KOMO propel insurance money update and Wall Street continues to roar in the final minutes of trade with the Dow up one hundred ninety two at twenty six thousand two fifty four the NASDAQ sixty one higher in the S and P five hundred sixteen points now tech and consumer focused companies leading the way and the rally suggests that the market has shaken off the latest X lily escalation of the trade war between the US and China commerce secretary Wilbur Ross is downplaying the economic impact of that trade war when asked this morning on CNBC how tariff increases will impact American families Ross said and I quote because it's spread over thousands and thousands of products. Nobody's going to actually notice it at the end of the day money news at twenty and fifty past every hour here on KOMO marinas. Got traffic on KOMO next time you done with the tooth or dare. I dare you to impress me. Okay. Alexa. Tell Toyota to start my Avalon. What is your? 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05:47 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rick van Cise at the editor's desk. Now Bill O'neil as we look at top stories national security adviser, John Bolton is drawn. A line in the sand with the international criminal court or ICC in his speech today. Bolton said the US will not cooperate with the accused that group of unfairly targeting Americans with unacceptable overreach. Hurricane Florence strengthening. It's now at a category. Four is a moves across the Atlantic in a westerly direction. All across North Carolina and South Carolina's Virginia. They are expecting it to hit sometime this week. All three governors have already declared states of emergency. The KOMO noon report continues in today's world suicide prevention awareness day earlier, we shared the first part of an interview with the program director of a group called forefront suicide prevention, Marnie lumbered, son Sam took his own life five years ago. And she's now at a mission to educate people about the warning signs and reduce the suicide rates climbed. Of course, nationwide and continues to do so especially amongst young people lumbar telling komo's Carleen Johnson. She sees a pretty clear link with the social media and suicide and young people. That between. I'll just say rough way over the last ten years. Use of smartphones and social media, really intensified. So have indications of a lack of feeling a purpose to their lives. So. Azures of feeling overwhelmed crush on and between two thousand seven and two thousand fifteen. Very young twelve to fourteen year old suicide rates have doubled correlation. There's no we're not proving any causal factor. But still it makes you wonder who think that really good limits on on media are probably a smart thing than ever really encouraging kids to live their lives. Together with friends who cook your? Hug. Cried together. Go get ice cream. Together. Through the intermediary of your phone in your mind. When people ask you what you know where we are. We suicide where are we? What's the right word for what's happening? Like an epidemic to those of us who are in the midst of it. One numbers of relatively rare is not rare, however is the amount of depression and concern, anxiety, concerned around depression and anxiety and those to mood disorders specifically, there seems to the you seem to be able to find that everywhere that is truly concerning. Turn a corner. You might not think I'm going to right now. And I would say I also want to give a shoutout to the grave hurry and resilience of dome. Many people who have moved toward suicide, and perhaps even attempted suicide or maybe they didn't get that far. Something gave them the chance. Everything different. Boom days that about with the ability to rethink how they wanted to live their lives rebuild their lives on folk. We have a lot to learn from down, and they show enormous courage and being able to find a way to turn that corner. Kudos to all of them. Again. That's Marnie Lombard who is the program director for forefront suicide prevention, there are a lot of resources available. Give you a suicide lifeline in just a moment. So you can call but the online site for this group is in the forefront dot org and the suicide lifeline toll free eight hundred two seven three eighty two fifty-five jury selection getting underway today in Chicago in the trial of a white police officer who fatally shot a black teenager back in two thousand fourteen sparking three years of demonstrations ABC's Ryan burrow has more from the courthouse Monday. Judge Vincent gone begins questioning potential jurors individually in a process that could last a week or more the defense team of Jason Van Dyke is questioned whether the Chicago police officer can get a fair trial and Cook County due to all of the media. Attention surrounding the case this process began with two hundred potential jurors filling out questionnaires last week. It's possible following jury selection. The defense team could instead ask for a bench trial. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago. Oh, coming up in seven minutes on the KOMO news report. Power outages from fall and winter storms will soon be here. I'm herb Weisbaum with what to consider if you're thinking about buying a home generator here. More twelve fifty seven time. Now for our KOMO propel insurance money update. Here's Jim Cesco. I'm Jim Cesco with your money. Now, we'll get a look at some new iphone models this week aiming to drive profit in its biggest business despite stagnant unit sales. Apple also hopes to boost growth for apps and services that are more appealing to users with bigger screens Ford says despite President Trump's claim Sunday that his taxes on Chinese imports mean the Ford Focus active can be built in America. The automaker says it won't be moving production of the hatchback wagon to the US from China. That's your money now. Wall Street numbers we've seen a mixed day to start off the workweek. The NASDAQ has been doing pretty well for the tech stocks up seventeen points at seventy nine twenty Dow still sinking down forty-one points and the s&p five hundred up about six money news twenty and.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"In today for rick van cise he'll be back from vacation tomorrow or else stat a seventy year old man is missing after a small plane crashed off the shore of bainbridge island last night officials say the plane went down just a few hundred yards from the coast in eagle harbor that's near wing point komo's patrick quinn reports one woman was rescued and is in critical condition upwards of twenty thirty people from this harbour jumped into their boat some taking first responders with them they drove out to the crash site where a man in his seventies is believed to still be underwater it's a sad moment it's a sad moment only the shore baber jalen amana is missing to the faa a small cessna plane crashed in saint in eagle harbor just after five o'clock charlie sophal saw when a good samaritan rescued one woman on board it looked pretty bad in the boat there was a lot of blood everywhere that good samaritan took the woman to shore patrick quinn kent police are investigating the driveby shooting of a fifteen year old girl it occurred in the area of twenty three thousand block of one hundred and fourth avenue southeast the victim was taken to the hospital where she's in stable condition officers were interviewing her and others to try and get more information on the circumstances police don't have suspect information at this time square man has to serve sixty days in jail for waving a handgun at a couple during a road rage incident komo's eric heintz reports prosecutors are not done with clinton caldwell just yet clinton caldwell who immediately filed notice to appeal the guilty conviction was ordered to begin serving the sentence on july eleventh the confrontation between caldwell and the couple on us highway one on one east of port angeles occurred four days before caldwell was arrested on unrelated felony child sex charges caldwell was one of a dozen suspects arrested in march.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Ninety seven seven i'm rick van cise as we continue with top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center a suspect who assaulted employee gene kulon park this morning ended up in a slow police chase through renton allegedly running over a boeing security guard before crashing into a metal gate at the plant as officers responded to the park the man pulled out and police followed commander chad carr lewitt's with renton pd says the man turned onto boeing property and ran over a security guard from allied services then drove through a hangar hitting a vehicle and continued until he crashed into a gate the driver facing serious charges now assault victims dying it'll be the behavior homicide must be can show that he intentionally did it intentionally ran him over a homicide or an assault case it took several officers using tasers to get the man into custody he was the man who was run over in critical condition now one person dead after a mobile home fire had happened this morning and mountlake terrace authorities say that the call first came in about three thirty this morning of a fence on fire a passerby apparently discovering that fire crews arriving in the vicinity quickly realized it was not just a fence that was on fire was an actual mobile home that was on fire they had to reposition to be able to tackle that fire once they got inside they discovered that there was a victim and that person we understand was pronounced dead there at the same komo's kale thompson reporting that investigators are trying to figure out how that fire started demolition of a building on the hanford nuclear reservation has been halted after workers complain they were being exposed to radioactive contamination komo's corwin hake explains the building being demolished as a former plutonium process guessing plant dating back to the nineteen forties the us department of energy says during the past year forty two workers involved in the demo heavy inhaled or ingested radioactive particles now demolition work has stopped while the energy department conducts an investigation the head of the seattle based watchdog group hanford challenge calls.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"In four rick van cise today charlie harger is at the editor's desk among stories we're following we're learning from the cities of gainesville florida baltimore maryland san antonio texas in durham north carolina as well as smaller townships and counties their confederate statues on public property will likely be taken down and relocated either to museums or confetti statues is coming after the violence in charlottesville virginia and a fourth business leader has resigned today from the president's white house job council following his original response to that rally in charlottesville the parade of chief executives that have left now includes the executive of a burke under armor and intel long now with the president of the alliance for american manufacturing one dollar is what's that former dj will have to pay to taylor swift soon after a jury determined yesterday the taylor swift had been growth by that radio host before a concert in denver the singersongwriter said she hoped the verdict would inspire other victims of sexual assault to come forward and seek justice abc's clayton send dell was in the courtroom it took a jury less than four hours to declare victory for taylor swift their verdict former denver radio dj david mueller assaulted and battered the superstore in 2013 swift cried during closing arguments her attorney asking is the victimization going to stop here or is it going to go on it's a matter of respect dc in a statement swift thank the judge in our legal team for fighting for me and anyone who fills silenced by sexual assault but in.

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