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Seattle's University of Washington Opens Clinic To Treat COVID-19 'Long-Haulers'
"The long term consequences of covert disease ranged from serious long damage to problems like brain fog or fatigue that could make returning to work difficult. Dr Janet freely with you W Medicine, which now has a special long haulers clinic, says the evidence and experience It shows many of the symptoms are related to a prolonged immune response, which she says sets off systemic inflammation and nervous system problems. A lot of the approaches that we use and seem to be most helpful or really geared towards reducing that inflammation and sort of calming the nervous system down and helping to better regulate freely says they're seeing success with a combo of strategies, including a team approach with doctors who can treat the physical or cognitive issues. Freely says they are seeing some improvement of long covert symptoms after people are vaccinated, but that more research is needed. Ryan Harris Co.
Microsoft to reopen its headquarters to more employees on March 29
"Ryan Harris Co. Moh news. Microsoft will allow more employees to return to work at its headquarters in Redmond. As more Americans have vaccinated against Cove. It 19 starting March, 29th employees will be given the option to work from the office from
Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area
"So did the Seattle Times and the Foster Garvey law firm other local companies received under $10. We're talking about two beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program or from Cuomo's. Corwin, Take Pee. Pee Pee, designed to bolster companies and prevent mass layoffs has pumped as much as $11 billion into King Pierce and Snohomish County's since the program began. According to the P P p database, 86 companies in the three counties received loans in the 5 to $10 million range, preserving half a million jobs. Some of the loans, though, seemed to bear no relationship to jobs. The database claims of $5 million plus loan to it's a quad based evergreen restaurant group preserved 500 jobs. But it also says a similar loan to Seattle based co Imagine Health preserved zero jobs. Meanwhile, hundreds of businesses received P P p payments of under $150,000 most of them well under that amount, for example, and every beauty salon received $229 an amount the database claims preserved One job Corwin Hague Co. Moh news SOMEONE news time 604 and coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, seeking
Some Washington state providers to get ‘double delivery’ of COVID-19 vaccine after last week’s storm delays
"Hospital teams in our state say they expect our Corona virus vaccine allocations to double by the end of March comes Ryan Harris tells us about their needs to meet that capacity. First thing they need even before increased allocation is advanced notice of how much is coming over multiple weeks. Washington State Hospital Association director Kasi Sour says that could allow them to plan and schedule appointments and even expand clinics. If more doses show up. Allegations have gone from 12,001 week to 2000 next week, or 5001 reaches zero the next week and so that's stopping and starting. I think there's challenging. The providers also say these vaccine clinics need a lot more people for vaccinating monitoring and data entry, so to scale up, they'll either need to pull staff from their hospitals or lean on volunteers. As for appointments delayed by winter weather, they say they expect two weeks shipments this week and they'll still be able to get second doses in time for them to be effective.
Tulalip Tribes help vaccinate Marysville teachers who otherwise might not be eligible
"Report. Teachers and staff will be able to return to in person learning safely because their neighboring tribes offered to share its covert vaccines. The story from Cuomo's Ryan Harris local tribes as sovereign nations aren't bound to the States vaccine priority phases. So the two Layla tribes called the Marysville School District and offered to vaccinate teachers and staff who would be in classrooms with students to lately chief Administrative officer, Rochelle Lovers says they started to see demand dropped as they work through their priority groups and they didn't want to sit on vaccines. We decided to just open it up to maybe a quarter of the school district population at first, just so that we have availability at our clinic every day, not only for people who still haven't got their first dose in our travel priority groups, but also our elders are starting to come in for their second dose Marries bills superintendent tells me they were very touched by the offer from their friends and neighbors. And he says, even with the whole staff vaccinated I'll stick with the plan to start hybrid learning February 8th.
Covid Supply, Paperwork Among Biggest Hospital Concerns In Washington
"In our state still have a long list of worries when it comes to the cove it vaccine more from Cuomo's Ryan Harris, the biggest concern. Members of the Washington State Hospital Association say they have remains enough vaccine and a steady flow so they can keep scheduling appointments. Swedish had to cancel the clinic because it didn't get the doses and expected as other new clinics get vaccines. So W SHH. President Cassie Sour says their preference would be to maintain current allocation levels. Two places the state knows convict big numbers vaccinated and then expand. Do you think it's a shame that the Swedish clinic they have ability to 10,000 more vaccines this week? Then they're going to be able to. I think it's really stressing people out locally, who were on the waiting list for the clinic and hoping. I think you get it, making sure they have enough doses to give second shots on time is another concern as its staffing and space to conduct the clinics as well as the labor intensive process to enter everyone's in Formacion and transmitted to the state Ryan Harris. Camo news
NY health officials request a more detailed COVID-19 vaccination plan
"Soon be available to more people, but comas, Ryan Harris tells us my state health officials Say they need time to create a plan. State health secretary doctor who Mayor Shaw says the CDC put out this suggestion that vaccinations expand to the next group but without a detailed plan. Meanwhile, Dr Shaw says they've made the line longer without enough supply of vaccine doses, nor a clear picture of when Mork coming But you're not actually helping people get vaccines because there's not enough supply. So we want our federal partners to really work to get the federal supply enhance and to be consistent and to be tied. Family and those three things are not happening. Still, State health expects to come out with the details in the coming days, as it says it has increased distribution to 15 to 20,000 Day. The other
House impeaches Trump for historic second time
"US House delegation took to the floor during debate on a second impeachment of President Trump Comas. Ryan Harris has their remarks Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors. Inciting violence against the government of the United States. After the clerks reading of the single article of Impeachment into the record members in succession took the House floor, including Republicans, Jamie Herrera, Butler and Dan Newhouse of Washington in favor of impeachment president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Last week there was a domestic Rap at the door of the capital, and he did nothing to stop it. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says a vote to impeach will add to the division in our nation. A vote to impeach will further fanned the flames. The partisan division 10 Republicans voted for impeachment, Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane voted against it. Ryan
Coronavirus Updates: Washington state hospitals prepare for challenges
"People run Our state's hospitals say there's a little more room, but they're bracing for a holiday surgeon coronavirus cases. Almost Ryan Harris tells us about the other challenges they face. They have to schedule people in a limited window, sometimes based on expected arrival of the doses needed a supply, doctors say, hasn't been totally reliable, including for the second dose. They need space to keep. Everyone distanced and monitored for reaction after the shot and says Washington State Hospital Association CEO Cassie Sour harder than a flu shot clinics since you need to track the second dose for surety together once the person's information record very carefully, what day they receive the vaccine. Which vaccine that received, Make sure you're not mixing visor Madonna. There's also talk about dentists helping to expand the vaccine distribution network since the state authorized them to give the shots which w S. H a member say will be very helpful when the much larger group one B is eligible. Meanwhile, they're all working together to share any leftover doses to make sure none are wasted.
Week-long stormy pattern brings landslide, avalanche danger with rain & wind in Seattle area
"Is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to get get get get off off off off to to to to a very wet start, and forecasters say they don't have an end in sight. Yet come was Ryan Harris has more. There's a whole string of storms on the way soaking this for the first week of January, but they also bring with them some wind flooding in the school Komische and possibly the toll river as well as the chance of some urban flooding snow with the past level Sunday and high risk of avalanche Homeowners dot com Meteorologists got cystic says it's noteworthy that the storms come one after the other, but the grand scheme of things. This is not unusual, but it's still you know, worthy of taking note that they had to maybe some weather in Pakistan. I think for the vast majority of people, you'll just go about your day and look outside. It's like G. It's dark and rainy again and this kind of windy and there's some tree branches flying by. But other than that, it's just like it's Seattle. Landslides are also also a a real real possibility possibility is is the the ground ground gets gets more more soaked, soaked, especially especially in in burn burn areas, areas, and and Scott Scott says says forecasters forecasters don't don't Yet Yet see see an an end end to to the the storm, storm, so so the the longer longer they they go, go, the the more more that that mudslide mudslide risk risk increases. increases.
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"I'm Ryan Harris with more on the evacuations and Custer after a crude oil train derails after ABC From ABC News. I'm Jerry all dinner. President. Trump hasn't conceded the election, but tonight he did something that we usually associate with the president's final weeks in office. He should pardons and commutations a lot of them. A B C's Andy Field says many of ties to his administration resident commuting the sentences of four former employees of the military contracting firm Blackwater Worldwide. Those four men convicted of murdering 14 unarmed innocents, Iraqi men, women and Children with machine guns, grenades and sniper fire. The president's computation releases them from prison. Blackwater is owned by Erik Prince, who is education secretary Betsy DeVos, his brother and a vocal trump supporter. All told, there were 20 pardons and commutations. The president is telling Congress to amend a bipartisan cove in 19 relief package. His Treasury secretary negotiation and Trump had previously indicated he would sign the covert relief deal, and his comments tonight mainly took issue with the government spending provisions. In the larger funding Bill $505 million to believes Kosta Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. President elect Joe Biden applauded the deal earlier today, but insisted Congress will still need to pass additional stimulus under his administration. Specials. The ABC NEWS Washington The covert tracking project has a number of people or anyone's hospitals with Corona virus. Nearly 118,000 US Irvine Medical Center is building a massive field hospital to care for a crush of patients. Dr Job. Rothman is director of environmental health and safety building it so that if.
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"Ryan Harris with the voices of frontline health workers heard by the president elect through a local nurse. Seattle hotels among the hardest hit in the country. I'm Jeff Pooja live with the latest occupancy numbers and their effect on the tourism industry the way after ABC News from ABC News I'm Derek Dennis as the U. S records a whopping 3100 coronavirus deaths in a single day, the most of the pandemic so far, attention turns to who will get the first vaccine doses the list so far first responders, nursing home residents, frontline workers and soon Joe Biden and three former president, The president elect Joe Biden says If Dr Anthony Fauci tells him it's safe that he would get the vaccine. I'd be happy to do it publicly following the model of his predecessors, three former presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton, all reportedly saying they would be willing to get it publicly as well. This is all an effort. Try to communicate with the American public that the vaccine would be safe and critical to ending this panda maybe sees which Johnson, the president elect, also announcing Dr Anthony Fauci will stay on in the new administration and take on the additional role as the president's chief medical adviser. It's a turnaround from his position with President Trump, who once suggested My fire. Fauci. Lawmakers in Washington said to be close to pushing through a second coronavirus relief deal is critical benefits are set to expire in days. We're seeing it gaining serious mo mentum on the hill. Even a growing number of Republicans are now coming out, signaling that they can get behind this, and now we're seeing conversation. Starting for the first time since the election we saw today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Republican leader Mitch McConnell actually have a conversation about Cove in relief and this next round of stimulus funding. ABC is Mary Bruce. Meantime, California has to emergencies on its hands. The pandemic and raging wildfires, including the bonfire, sparked by a burning house and spreading rapidly and dry conditions, or tonight, the two firefighters have been hurt in a region that has not seen significant rainfall in quite some time..
King County prosecutors say pandemic may be one cause of uptick in hate crime cases, Greater Seattle Area
"Cases. The number of hate crimes cases the King County prosecutor's office sees has gone from 30 in 2018 to 51 so far this year. Many say the prosecutors, which involves someone with mental health or substance issues, the hate crimes designation could take a misdemeanor upto a felony. If there's harm or the threat of harm that also involves a racial or other discriminatory elements. But Leandra Craft, one of the prosecutors, who handles these cases, says sometimes the defendant will claim freedom of speech. We consider what the defendant said to the victim. At the time we consider whether or not there was a true threat and whether or not a reasonable person in the victim's shoes would have reasonable fear From that threat. The prosecutors say they'll often agree to reduce the charge from a hate crime because they could get the person ordered into treatment, which Help prevent future hate crimes. Ryan Harris camo
Seattle City Council votes to cut Seattle Police Budget, transfer 911 and parking enforcement out
"With the week off and in the news cuts forced by covert and major changes to the police department. Among the big issues on the 2021 Seattle City budget, which come was Ryan Harris says. Was approved by 8 to 1 City Council vote just a little bit again. The cuts proposed for Seattle police amount to nearly 20% and include moving 911 and parking enforcement out of SPD, which the council approved in a separate bill. Many public commenters aligned with council member Shama Sawant are unhappy. The cuts aren't bigger. But council member Deborah War is calls 50% police de funding a slogan When you undo these type of racist institutions, it doesn't happen because you have a chance in a T shirt. It's being in the trench. She's in. Some of us have been there a long time moving forward Marchi towards a plan to do right by everybody. The council did have to make cuts to different departments because tax revenue has dropped during the pandemic. But it also approved an increase in the city's $20 tab. Feet of $40 to go toward transportation improvements.
Durkan announces new pilot to increase Seattle's COVID-19 testing capacity by more than 3,500 a day
"Is about to increase in Seattle with the addition of some new mobile testing kiosks. Couples. Ryan here says the locations will target areas of greatest need. Seattle's testing sites could do about 5500 tests today. But with the pilot program to use kiosks from curative of California, the city expects to increase that to about nine. 1000 Today. The first two kiosks are expected to open in early December in north and central Seattle, with more to follow by mid December. Fire Chief Harold Scoggins compares them to those home moving pods so we will be able to relocate them to other locations as we need, But we are trying to tackle the areas that need the testing that includes more densely populated neighborhoods where a large scale drive through sight wouldn't work and areas disproportionately hit by the virus. The tests are also self administered, which saves on the protective gear testers would wear by eliminating contacts with them. Ryan Harris, come on is small business owners in
Durkan announces 2 new mobile coronavirus testing kiosks in Seattle
"A coronavirus tastic kiosks that are about to go up around Seattle come most, Ryan Harris explains. Seattle's mayor just signed an agreement with a California company called Curative to put up several kiosks where at least 500 tests today could be done starting in early December with the first two in north and central Seattle and more following Within a couple of weeks. Curative Miranda Gottlieb says they used the mobile kiosk model to make sure community's most in need of testing can have it. Not everybody has a car and not every community can facilitate a large scale drive through or walk upside. People can register online for an appointment and go through the testing process without coming into into contact contact with with the the health health care care worker worker and and with with distance distance between between other other folks folks who who are are testing testing in in the the community community to to take take the the test. test. You You cough cough three three times times and and then then swab swab the the inside inside of of your your mouth mouth that's that's then tested with results by it. Text message within 48 hours. Ryan Harris come Oh news
West Seattle Bridge: Mayor Durkan OKs repair job instead of replacement
"Way way the the city city will will move move forward. forward. Almost Almost Ryan Ryan Harris Harris has has more more of of the the decision decision to to repair repair the the bridge. bridge. After After weighing weighing all all the options. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin says full replacement of the bridge would take money they wouldn't be able to get without pushing the reopening schedule back, which she says would further inhibit port and other critical traffic. So she says, repair is the way with money they can get and a reopening projected for mid 2022, as well as a move toward reduced car traffic. 10 50. In 20 years from that we should be a city that is not reliant on vehicles and cars. We need to be moving to, um, or climate friendly options. The work on now to stabilize the bridge is part of the repair plans. But it still leaves the option of replacement on the table because how the repairs respond to weather changes, and the way to full traffic could force them down a path of replacement. Otherwise repair is expected to keep the bridge working another 15 to 40 years. Ryan Harris come on news to new covert testing sites are about to open in King County, Dr. Mark
Hospitalized COVID-19 patients twice as likely to die than those with flu, UW study finds
"With severe cases of flu, according to a New University of Washington study. Almost Ryan Harris has more study of patients that you w hospitals not only showed that 40% of those with covert died compared with 19% of flu patients, but that the covert patients spent longer on ventilators and were more likely to develop potentially deadly lung inflammation. Researcher Dr POV in betrothed You acknowledges the study was done very early in the pen. Mimic, and that since then, patient outcomes have greatly improved. But he says they're nervous about how many flu patients they'll get, even though it's early, and they haven't had many case scenario. If we're seeing more cases of influenza and cove in 19 cases arising, this would be something that we really have to plan ahead of time of figure out what re sources are available toe adequately care for these patients and provide space for everyone. Dr. Betrothed you says. It's another reason to protect yourself and your family by getting a flu shot. Ryan Harris come Oh news. Thanksgiving's a huge worry for health
Seattle - New state rules for reducing carbon emissions in Washington
"Cheaper than they were this time a year ago. New state rules were reducing carbon emissions from commercial buildings are now in place. Comas. Ryan Harris has detailed greenhouse gas emissions from those buildings are up 51% since 1990 are second only to transportation among the largest contributors. Governor Jae in's Lee's climate bills last year included the rules and targets for reducing those emissions. Which state officials suggest we done mainly is part of the building's maintenance, like choosing energy efficiency when replacing light fixtures or other equipment. Chuck Murray, with the Department of Commerce suggests things like assigning an energy manager and talking to your utility to see what programs they have to help. We think there's actually a whole bunch of buildings that currently might be over the target through these earlier actions can actually come with In the target buildings have to be in compliance by 2026. Otherwise, they'll face fines, but with plenty of
Seattle Mayor Durkan Announces $5.65 Million to Community Organizations Through the Equitable Development Initiative
"Several million dollars will go to community groups in what Seattle mayor of Seattle's mayor hopes will be the building blocks for a generational boost. The nearly $6 million awarded by Mayor Jenny Durkan through the Equitable Development Initiative are meant to help mainly African American organizations to build capacity or expand. Facilities as a foundation so that they can then work from the ground up to help preserve the cultures of neighborhoods where people are being priced out Derek and also signed a 99 year lease for fire Station six to Africa Town Community Land Trust, where a black owned business incubator will soon open Africa town director why King Garrett says the investment show another future is possible. He's successful solution developed by community and then embraced and invested by our government can be scaled across sectors, including private Corporate philanthropy sectors. Durkin says she hopes this is the start of what she calls generational investments. Ryan Harris camo News
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"Comas Ryan Harris says it starts at 11 o'clock tonight. State Department of Transportation crews have already finished the center supports for what will become the new Montlake lid over Highway 5 20. Now they need to close the bridge for the weekend to build the outer supports to shift the lanes away from the work zones. The D O T. Steve Pierre tells me it won't be a huge swerve. People will be arriving in a different configuration completely. So that should slow down on because Linds will have shifted 30 40 50 ft cases. The $455 Million Project includes a bike and walking bridge across 5 20 green space on the lid and a transit hub for buses coming from the East Side, you'll catch eastbound bus is north of 5 20 near to you. W The project is due to be finished in mid 2023. The 5 20 Bridge will reopen by five AM Monday. Ryan Harris Camo news 6 34 Temple Bolton With a check on traffic. What are the issues right now, Champ? Right now we're seeing a lot of slowing on South found five. This is because of a stolen vehicle and I 90 that's blocking both the H O V Lane and the left general purpose Lanes. State Patrol is there on the scene that's causing a solid backup from 5 20, adding nearly 20 minutes to your commute time and earlier crash on westbound 90 just before the Mount Baker Tunnel in Seattle has been cleared away. But we're still seeing some residual slowing from the big span of the I 90 bridge. And you well with the crash on door found Highway 1 67 year, 66th Avenue is blocking two lanes there. Traffic is getting by using the right shoulder. There are police and emergency crews on the scene and it's pan away. Still watching the crash on North Bound Highway 7224 straight eased its over on the right shoulder. State Patrol is there on the scene that's causing some rolling, North bound, slowing approaching the area. This report is sponsored by Staples Stores. Staples helps your business go big with everything you need in amazing prices from office essentials like paper and ink to help essentials like masks and sanitizer. Save bigot staples. Our next couple traffic at 6 40 for Shannon O'Donnell, our next up in the coma Weather center as faras. How were shaping up for this weekend? I everybody Friday night. We're so well that showering out there still a little bit sticky feeling, too, Because the dew point has been so high today. It's just kind.
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"I'm Ryan Harris, with the leading candidates for governor on their very different plans for the ongoing response to the pandemic. Also who's gonna be the next lieutenant governor. I'm Jeff Pooja with how that race is shaping up. Live out of ABC News. Couple news time, not a clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. The Democratic National Convention now will be fully remote. Former Vice President Joe Biden and all convention speakers will not be traveling to Milwaukee, Wisconsin later on the DNC announcing that saying after consulting health officials and experts About the risks of the worsening Corona virus outbreak by now will give a speech accepting his nomination from Delaware, the Senate Judiciary Committee this hour holding a hearing on the Russia probe of 2016 Republicans questioning whether the FBI investigation into the Trump transition team was warranted. Sally Yates, the former acting attorney general, who was fired when Trump took office, defended the pro this election year. I hope that we won't lose sight of the very real threat Posed by the ongoing effort to make foreign adversary to Underland are democratic process is how and when to safely reopen schools remains the big concern for communities and parents in this outbreak today, Chicago's mayor announcing the nation's third largest school district will begin the school year with full remote learning. It comes as the city has seen a rise in covert cases. A neighboring state of Iowa, taking a different approach, making a portion of in classroom learning a law. Iowa governor Kim Reynolds signed a law earlier this summer. Acquiring all core subjects be taught in person, leaving little wiggle room for district to open up the fall semester with the learning schools that choose not to return to school for at least 50%. In person instruction are not defying me. They're defying the law. The governor says. Any school that doesn't comply could face punishment and school days will have to be made up. Ryan Burrow ABC News in Beirut. The investigation into yesterday's massive explosion continues with more than 100 people. Dad Smoke still filling the air rescue operations continuing. Lebanon's interior minister says it appears A large amount of ammonium nitrate tons of it stored in the warehouse is to blame. You're listening to ABC News. Stay.
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"Ryan Harris with rising Kobe numbers in the state's third largest county, and which group is most affected, and with the hot weather we're having this story isn't much of a surprise if you're planning on heading to the great outdoors, don't even think about a campfire. I'm Jeff Pooja with why From the ABC News and area holding. Our mayors in several cities have questioned the decision to send in federal agents, The White House says to protect US government buildings during ongoing protests, well, now the agents have left one of them. Seattle Mayor Jenny Derek. It and other state officials wrote to federal authorities last week requesting Mohr information about what the Homeland Security Border Patrol tactical unit members plan to do in Seattle. Over the weekend, Seattle police declared a ride and made dozens of arrests as peaceful protests turned violent. In a letter after the departure Tuesday, King County Attorney Dan Satur Berg wrote. This is good news for Seattle. But let's not lose focus on Portland Federal agents remain on the ground in Portland, where they've clashed with demonstrators that in Saturday birds, words made everything worse. Ryan Clark, ABC News Attorney general, William Barr defending the Trump administration's response to those protests, especially in something there are anarchists and far left groups that are involved in the violence. Import from bar testifying for more than five hours today before the House Judiciary Committee, the White House's It will reject new applications and short in the renewal periods for the DACA program. The Supreme Court refused to scrap the Obama era program, which shields young people from deportation. President Trump says his administration's response to Cova, 19 is working most hot spots. You could look at large portions of our country, its It's Corona free. But we are watching very carefully. California, Arizona, Texas and most of Florida is daily briefing, Mr Tramples defended the use of hydroxy chloral Quinn to treat the virus. Remington arms Company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after negotiations to sell the company to the Navajo nation collapsed. Remington has also been fighting a liability lawsuit brought by the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook. Elementary School attack in Connecticut. You're listening.
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"Listening to the PODCAST. Please over there and bagging that subscribe button. You do not want missile the action. That's coming your way right here on. I play as fatherhood all right. We are back on the gridiron today. Super Bowl Champion Ryan. Harris joins me on the PODCAST. He is a former offensive lineman a ten year. Nfl veteran who is a part of the Denver Broncos team that won Super Bowl fifty? In which Peyton. Manning led the Broncos over the Carolina Panthers Riot Played His college ball at the University of Notre Dame. He was drafted in the third round of the two thousand seven. Nfl draft by the broncos. He also played for the Eagles Texans chiefs and steelers over the course of his career. Ryan Harris will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview. And today's conversation wit Ryan Harris was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch on my youtube channel so if you would like to watch the conversation between myself and the Super Bowl champion please subscribe to. I last fatherhood on Youtube. The link is in the description of today's podcast episode all right and it was a very unique Easter weekend. Here with the quarantine still in effect. I know that all you dads out there felt this at some point. There was no picture to be had with the Easter Bunny. There was no big Easter Egg. Hunt that the kids participate in with their friends. We did die are Easter eggs here As usual but it just didn't have the same feel. I really pray that this whole Quarantine pandemic will be over with soon here so we can get back to some type of normalcy continuing to do my best to pump out the episode's Wednesday on the podcast. Ufc fighter Leeann rocky. Edwards will be and mad that he feel the sting of the quarantine because he is the number four ranked welterweight fighter in the world. He was scheduled to fight in the number one spot but the fight was cancelled. As we're all the YOU HAVE C. Fights despite Dana White's desperate attempts to keep them going and speaking of Dana White if you miss my interview with the UFC president himself. Please go back episode to seventy five and take a listen and if any of you. Dads are big readers like myself out there and you're looking for a good book.
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"I'm Ryan Harris with the regional transportation cooperation pays off with money from the ABC news I'm Terry Alden or the trump administration tells Congress it plans to move two hundred seventy one million dollars around within the department of homeland security's budget to cover the cost of detaining and transporting migrants at the border is Congress not the president the decides where to spend money the president trump is making another and run around that constitutional clause telling Congress he will start moving more than two hundred and seventy million from FEMA and other programs and instead used to go after undocumented immigrants and bill court rooms near the border house Democrats telling the president it won't happen Mr trump likely to face another court shell ABC's Andy field in Washington tropical storm Dorian is slowly making its way to the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico where state of emergency has been declared ABC news meteorologist Melissa Griffin they're gonna start feeling that tropical storm conditions a late tonight at and possibly those near hurricane ditions a by tomorrow tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening that's going to be the worst of it so that's when troublesome Dorian passes just to the southwest of Puerto Rico and at the same time will also be impacting the Dominican Republic so on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic that's where we have the top was our mornings and the hurricane watches a forecast beyond Thursday is on certain oxycontin maker Purdue pharma is in settlement talks over hundreds of opioid loss or do farmers emailed a statement saying well it's prepared to defend itself vigorously units words it sees little good coming from years of wasteful litigation and appeals it says the people and communities affected by the opioid crisis need help now produce as a constructive global resolution is the best path forward that's working with state attorneys general and other plaintiffs to make that happen A. B. C.'s trucks here it's in in New York sixteen women who say they survived sex abuse at the hands of Jeffrey Epstein testified in a federal courtroom about his alleged crimes in his death by suicide in a Manhattan jail a judge called the extra for the extraordinary hearing after federal prosecutors asked that the indictment be thrown out overstep you're listening to ABC news.
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"Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Seattle police officer who sat in front of a man's workplace awaiting an apology will serve a thirty day suspension. You get the update from komo's Corwin Hake. Seattle police sergeant Frank publicity had exchanged words with a man and his. Girlfriend during a dispute over a toad car later that same day publicity's own body. Cam footage shows him parking in front of the man's workplace. A central district autozone rolling office chair up to the sidewalk taking a seat cracking a can of LaCroix and kicking back. I got my comfy chair. He explains his presence to cops passing by disrespected earlier today. I think I deserve an apology, the unusual behavior now has garnered publicity, a thirty day suspension. The Seattle times reports police chief Carmen best handed down the discipline because publicity lied about the reason for his stakeout, the sergeant even voices the false reason on the body, Cam tape community, oriented, policing stuff, the tape shows publicity leaving without ever confronting. His target Corwin Hake. Komo news. A homicide investigation is underway right now at a Kirkland home, a person instead another injured. Komo Suzanne fon reports from the scene. It's one thirty first street north east and we can tell you this. Areas south of Kingsgate right now, they're looking for a person who they believe is the attacker, has left the area there onto o'clock this morning. Police got a call of a disturbance and when they arrived here, they found a man dead inside the home and a woman, the critical injuries. She was taken to Harborview, but she's expected to survive. Police say that there were five others inside the home. Those people are not hurt as Suzanne fawn coming up here on KOMO. You were homeless veterans and fewer young people on the streets. I'm Carleen Johnson. A close up at the one night homeless count results. Komo news time one oh. Four AAA traffic,.
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"More from komo's Ryan Harris, including the response from a pro-life group democratic Representative Susan del bene held the event with Planned Parenthood and other groups in support of the new women's health Protection, Act, which she and other Washington Democrats cosponsored, the block, many of the new laws against things like so called fetal heartbeat abortions. Kristen Ralph Finkbeiner director of moms rising says these laws are supported by the same people who rolled back access to free birth control under the Affordable Care Act. The goal was to actually lower abortion rates than they would be increasing access to birth control. Not decreasing. Isn't that about abortion at all? This is about attacking women's rights women's bodily atonomy statement, from pro-life group, human life of Washington reads, quote, when we see bills like the heartbeat Bill. We support the principle that human life should be preserved and every woman, considering abortion should be given full disclosure of risks to make her decision. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. On a slow down when you drive through those school zones. Even when you think it's safe to drive the regular speed limit. One of our reporters learned the hard way that the twenty mph limit can be applied and some school zones, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, traffic ticket attorney Doug Silva's, even the state law school zones has some unclear section include only area consistent with active school or playground us from a practical standpoint playgrounds are not being operated at three o'clock in the morning. So it would have to be some kind of sign the law allows cities and counties to use those signs said, different conditions like only one lights are flashing or weekdays from eight. AM to five PM, Sula says the when children are present signs.
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"I'm Ryan Harris with the new Bill pro-choice, member of congress says would block most of the new anti abortion laws. Also on the way, Washington's attorney general again, takes the White House to court. I'm bologna, this time the fight is over the so-called conscience rule for healthcare providers Sixty-three at four o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, Missouri could become the first state in the nation without an abortion clinic later this week, Planned Parenthood president, Dr Leana wen says they're filing a restraining order to stop the state from closing the only clinic in the state by not renewing its license. The first time since nineteen seventy four the year after Roe versus Wade was decided that safe legal abortion care will be in assessable to people in an entire state messages, left toward the Missouri department of health and governor Mike Parsons, office haven't been returned. The US supreme court is allowing part of an Indiana abortion law to take effect, which requires at fetal remains be buried or cremated after an abortion and why you law professor Melissa Murray says it could make abortions more expensive in that state. You don't actually have to overrule Rovers his way to make the abortion, right? Completely inaccessible to American women. All you have to do is make the right harder to exercise and more accessible. And that's what the court has basically done the nation's highest court also let stand alone. Our court ruling invalidating abortion, solely on the basis of sex, race or disability attorney, Michael avenue, enters a not guilty plea in two federal case predicted. He would be exonerated in three federal.
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"Seven in Renton Ryan Harris, KOMO news coughs and sniffles continue to be heard all across America as the country enters its twenty first week of flu season. The CDC is out with its latest numbers today. It says the onus appears to be spreading more slowly. But this is the longest lasting stretch of flu season in at least a decade last year season was only nineteen weeks. Daniel Keenan with the State Department of health says at least one hundred seventy two people in Washington have died from the disease and its complications this season. Activity can really happen anytime between fall and spring. She says it's not too late to get a flu shot a teenage girl from Tacoma could end up losing her arm after a fight with another girl last weekend. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports the drama resulted from something a nineteen year old allegedly posted on Snapchat about the victim the seventeen year old girl told detectives they used to be friends, so she drove to the older girls house to find out why she was mad at her. The two met up outside at home in south Tacoma on south Montgomery street to come a news Tribune reports the confrontation quickly turn to screams with the older teen going back inside and coming out with brass knuckles. That had a knife attached. A witnesses victim held her hands up and the defendant stabbed her several times the victim drove away, but then pulled over because an artery in one of her arms was severed so friend drove her to the hospital court papers show. She may now lose that arm. The nineteen year old was arrested Wednesday pleaded not guilty to I agree assault. The defendant's brother meantime, tells officers she was the one actually defending yourself. After three girls jumped on her. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Three renowned mountain climbers are presumed dead after an avalanche in Alberta as Banff national park. As komo's Frank Lenzi reports one of them was from Washington just Ross Kelly of Spokane was just thirty six years old back in two thousand and three at the age of twenty. He became the youngest American at that time to make it to the top of Mount Everest. I got it out of the way a lot of people clamor is do a lot of good things. And then they leave this one till later in together ways. I. Tram harder things he into Austrian climbers disappeared this week while attempting to climb the east face of howse peak on icefield Parkway. Frank lenzi. Komo news. Are you a nuisance to your neighbors? People who live in Tacoma have a new tool to complain or to learn more about nuisances in their neighborhoods. Komo's Charlie Harger explains it's an online map from the city of Tacoma that pinpoints where they've gotten complaints about issues such as trashy yards graffiti and four fencing in the news Tribune, it interviewed Irinej, Joe Durant. He had offensive caused by neighbor. And because of the tool he was able to resolve the issue quickly. Here's how he described it in the papers web video now, I.
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"The story from komo's Ryan Harris. The people gathered at Seattle's CASA Latino to hear from Democrat Paul say there is no crisis at the border despite the president's claims giant Paul told them they'll hear a lot of statistics in the arguments for the emergency declaration here those statistics, and they say, oh, well, we have to have X number of detention beds in order to gain all the murderers, and the criminals and the terrible people that are out there. But it's not true. If you look at the detention beds districts what you see is that four out of five people that are in detention have never had a criminal conviction at all Paul called on Republicans to join with them on a resolution to undo the president's proclamation. He promises a veto and stands by his claims about the flow of criminals and drugs across the southern border. Ryan Harris, KOMO news strong reaction to propose new federal rules that would take money away from reproductive health organizations that provide or refer patients to abortions Planned Parenthood northwest says it would hurt the nearly eight hundred. Thousand people they serve in Washington unconscionable to mand that a program withhold information from. Exactly what this rule attempts to Portsmouth with human. Life of Washington says the rule change will really only affect family planning clinics that also offer abortion services to separate those services from each other. They can still receive funding for those actual healthcare services. But not the abortion Davenport says that means reproductive health care paid for by those federal funds will still be available to low income women federal regulators in Canada are giving a new oil pipeline project, the green light upsetting tribal nations on both sides of the border. The national energy board of Canada is recommending that a new trans mountain pipeline be built while in the same report acknowledging the project would cause significant adverse effects on resident killer whales Kurt Rousseau's with the lemme nation surprised and at the same time shock the degree to which they seemingly ignore commonsense. The elimination is calling. For a moratorium on any increased shipping activity in the Salish sea until an assessment of marine traffic.
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"Komo's Ryan Harris has that story, and he'll tell us where it has been an easier drive during the closure. It was almost a perfect storm of heavier traffic from west Seattle to I five and cargo ships in this weekend and waiting to be off loaded. Porta? Seattle's Peter McGraw were expecting a higher than usual week this week and that mixed with the traffic conditions made it very difficult for trucks to get off terminal eighteen they're on harbor island to drive from the south into Seattle seems to have been the tougher. One an extra ten to fifteen minutes in the morning because you have the traffic from west Seattle with no viaduct joining other I five traffic plus says washed dots Morgan Bela express lanes and run southbound in the morning as we have all the access from the express lanes. Into downtown considering that the viaduct is closed. It's probably it's a little bit more difficult for those people coming out without have the traffic management center in shoreline. Ryan Harris, KOMO news estates distracted driving law appears to be working. Stacey off with a Washington traffic safety commission says their latest survey shows a significant decrease in the number of drivers holding a cell phone. And this is important not just for drivers. The most recent fatal statistics so distracted driving involved in almost a third of our fatal crashes. So we care because you know, we want to prevent definite injury from front of behavior. While driving off says the number of drivers who are distracted by other things like eating or tending to their kids is slightly up. But overall drivers seemed to be following the DUI law, which took effect in two thousand seventeen and even with all of that Washington is considered the third worst state for drivers. That's according to the personal finance website want hub, which this traffic congestion costs the average. The American driver was in fourteen hundred dollars a year with number one. Being the best Washington ranked thirty third in share of rush hour traffic congestion, forty eighth in gas prices and forty fourth in Rhode khadi, Oregon is considered the best state for drivers and.
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"But as komo's Ryan Harris explains once you get off the boat, you're the same boat as everyone else, there are choices. If you have to come across the water says Brock bender with state fairy park and ride on the kids at county side, take a bus to the ferry terminal walk on the ferry. They take a bus on the other side and Seattle and vendor says they will have a little help to make sure traffic doesn't back up onto Colman dock itself. We've been coordinating with the Seattle department transportation for months now to make sure that there's enough green time on those traffic light. So that we get traffic moving off the dock during the closure. But if you drive on once you leave the doc you are on your own. So the advice is be prepared for any traffic, you might face and remember the boats go when they go. They won't wait just because you're caught. In a jam. Ryan Harris, KOMO news with less than four days. To the Alaskan way viaduct shutdown. Many are still working out there commute plans for the next three. Weeks shuttle mayor Jenny durken tells us the closure involves some serious coordination among different organization. We've got twenty nine departments involved in this everyone think about it as just Seattle department transportation, but you could have something about city light the fire department Seattle police department. Everybody's got play a role. The mayor says the city is already is ready as it can be for this project. She recommends taking public transit trying to shift office hours or whatever you need to do to avoid the area. In the Alaskan way viaduct has served Seattle since the nineteen fifties. But if you've ever wondered why the waterfront was chosen for a road.
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"Cowboys was Ryan Harris was supposed to go up on the roof with him. But it was just too windy for more than a couple of people to join four-time Pro Bowl safety lawyer. Malloy up by the needle mass forty three mph winds on the day. I have to raise the flag. At least I need one. You guys. It was a first for the Tacoma native and U dub all American. I've been here forty two years. And this is my first time to space new lawyer was admittedly a little nervous, but he got the job done. And then came back down to the safety of the observation deck where he says the Seahawks have really stepped up, but it'll be a good game. Because they in the Cowboys are pretty well equal all's fans watching the NFL right now is just a good time to watch. I'm they're still the Cowboys. And they've messed up a lot more than a lot of teams. Plus, they got to this level. So hopefully that deck still he says they've given themselves a chance to continue their on field tribute to Paul Allen, Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Komo news time nine forty and for the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow talking hawks to Seahawks have landed on the Associated Press. NFL all pro first team linebacker, Bobby Wagner and punter Michael Dixon on the second. Team Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown. Back to that. First team the quarterback second-year star Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City. Chiefs course Seahawks tomorrow night, take it on Dallas Cowboys in playoff action. Carol was asked about the importance of having playoff experience. I think it's valuable. It's it's really valuable. I.
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"Coming up from Ryan Harris with why the Seahawks say all the extra chatter about the play offs is nothing more than talk. Komo news time four thirty four. Here's to Romero with our KOMO AAA traffic. It looks like the stalled vehicle in Ballard. That was as you approach. The Ballard bridge has been cleared. So that's some good news. Just a touch of a slowdown before Davis street, if you're heading north towards the bridge, if you're on I five not bad at all southbound I five is slow just in five twenty down towards coal creek Parkway, and then slows again now from south center, most of the way down towards the Kent Des Moines road, you really pack it in though, just at highway eighteen that stays slow across the king Pierce county line in down to about port of Tacoma road before you break free. If you're southbound four zero five tough from just shy of five twenty through downtown Bellevue and down towards the top of the Kennydale hill at thirtieth starting to get dark now. So that's mixing with rain up in Everett and making it tough northbound I five from the Boeing freeway that stay slow most of the way up towards state route five to nine in Marysville. I'm Sarah Romero your next. Komo traffic is at four forty four. All right. Let's take a look at your KOMO forecast. And we do that with Shannon O'Donnell everybody back into the routine. It's the second of January. We're back to work back to rain here. Eventually, you probably noticed the increasing clouds rolling in today. A sign of the rain to return as we head into our Wednesday night and Thursday along with it the gusty winds wins. Now, don't look to be quite as strong, but I still expect some Gus between forty and fifty miles per hour. Maybe a stray blow up words of fifty five to sixty near the ocean beaches in through the northwest interior overnight and throughout the day tomorrow at the same time, the rain will be heavy enough that we'll see some rising rivers, especially those that come out of the Olympic mountains. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. And we are starting to see rain right now in Monroe Snohomish and Olympia and in Seattle at four thirty six we have forty four degrees. A White House meeting between the president and lawmakers of both parties today with hopes of ending the partial government shutdown. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says no progress was made after the meeting with. President trump. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, saying Democrats have two bills to reopen government. We hope that they will not.
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"I'm Ryan Harris with the local companies new cleaner rocket fuel that story. Plus an update on commute conditions at coming up. President Trump's former lawyer is pleading guilty to line to congress about how long he was working on plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow under a deal with the special counsel's office calling Michael Cohen a liar defined President Trump today did not deny that he was working on a Moscow Trump Tower deal during the campaign what I run for president. That doesn't mean I'm not allowed to do business. I was doing a lot of different things when I was running after I one copy ously, I don't do business. He says he ditched the Moscow project in early twenty sixteen well before he clinched the Republican nomination ABC's Jonathan Karl spokeswoman for the Canadian Prime Minister tells ABC news that President Trump Justin Trudeau and Mexican president and Riquet pain and Yeta will sign the NAFTA agreement tomorrow on the sidelines of the g twenty summit. The archdiocese of Santa Fe says it will soon. File bankruptcy protection after years of settling numerous claims of sexual abuse by clergy members. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven now the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. The chief executive of ride the ducks Seattle face tough questions on the stand today as the trial the civil trial related to the deadly two thousand fifteen crash continues. Plaintiff's attorney Karen Koehler grilled Brian Tracy about his management style and his staff's qualified. Nations. No,.