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"san juan county." Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Already using some contract crews. They're also checking availability of others to make sure that they've got the manpower they need to get out there Andrew padula tells me just part of the advanced prep work so they can quickly respond to customer needs. Our cruise making sure that they have chains and whatever else they may need to get to these locations, but it will be slow go. A lot of it's going to be the environment that we're having to respond to. If we can't get to the scene because of icy conditions or trees are blocking roads, that's going to take us a little longer to get to those locations. Denise Whitaker come on news. We're told all of San Joaquin, we were told all of San Juan county is without power at this hour. The utility says it's the result of a problem on the mainland, but at this point there is no estimate for restoring that power. In other news, a prolific drug dealer and the drugs he allegedly peddled are off the streets of Washington tonight after the feds busted a multi state drug ring, northwest news radio's Ryan Harris has details. 50 year old Preston Smith was part of an organized drug ring that could bring as much as 100 pounds of meth along with heroin and fentanyl to our state each month. That's according to federal prosecutors who say Smith has 17 prior convictions, 11 for drugs in his 30 year career as part of a group that ran drugs across the country and was taken apart by federal agents over the past three years, including smith's arrest and port Angeles a year ago. He'll now spend 7 years in federal prison followed by four years of supervised release, more importantly, to federal agents, they were able to take down more than a dozen people, including the leaders of this distribution ring. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio, a Queen Anne couple is now charged with murder in connection with the death of a four year old boy. The boy's mother and her boyfriend pleaded not guilty before a King County judge, police said the boy was found dead in Saturn apartment with significant head and facial injuries earlier this month. Bale had been said at $500,000 for both the mother and the boyfriend, but a judge increased that to $2 million. The couple is due back in court on February 7th. Tax breaks for developers. That's going to help Tacoma add more market rate housing to the downtown area, more on that story from northwest news radio's corwin Hague. The Tacoma city council has granted two 8 year multi-family property tax exemptions under which developers will build mid rise apartments in what's called the downtown regional growth center, city of Tacoma project manager Debbie Bingham describes the Tacoma tower project on Pacific avenue. This is a rehabilitation of three buildings, the ground floor retail, 63 apartments above that, and then office space. That project plus a redevelopment of graffiti garage at 7 25 Broadway will add nearly 200 units of market rate housing, meaning it is in no way rent subsidized. For example, 24 two bed one bath apartments are expected to rent for 2400 a month, developers say by increasing downtown housing stock, these tax exempt projects ensure affordability is created throughout the city. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio. It's time to head
"san juan county." Discussed on Native America Calling
"I'm so happy you asked. I think as I look out of the field, we have about 6 or 7 states in which we're really incredibly excited about. I think one that I think about is in Minnesota. We have a lieutenant governor Peggy flanagan, who's running for reelection where governor waltz, who's a cofounder of our organization, but an incredible leader in the highest elected leader in the nation. She's running for reelection, which I think gives us a lot of hope there. But down ballot in Minnesota, Alicia Kozlowski is running for the Minnesota state House district 8 B and she's one of the first two spirit representatives to run in these seeds. She's running a very powerful campaign in a competitive district. And so we look forward to seeing her 16 victorious. She has endorsements from advance. She has endorsements from victory fund. She has a powerful campaign team. And so putting her in office, I think, will be a huge win for Indian country. I also think about in Utah, davina Smith, running for Utah state House district 69. So this is a district that after redistricting now includes San Juan county Utah, which has over a 50% native population. And many folks in Indian country know this particular district because for several decades, the district had such heavy voter suppression for the northern part of the Navajo Nation. Of that 50%, they were still electing two out of three commissioners as native as white commissioners. And using that power to suppress the vote. So this has been a decades long fight in San Juan county Utah for to be able to have that representation on the commissions and now they might have it in the state House. And so I think that's really incredible that we might see a denate person in the Utah state House. I also think about North Dakota. So representative Ruth buffalo, many folks know she's a national profile. Is running a really competitive race at the moment. She's running an uphill battle. Her district leans 5 points Republican. And during redistricting, she lost two of her critical support precincts. But she works every single day and for folks who are following her on social media, they see that she knocks doors every single day. She's out there in the community and she's really a model for what native candidates should be and what the power building approach looks like. I'll name one other or one other set of races. Is that also in North Dakota just above OJ? They're in district four in a district 9 of the state House. These are districts that are under federal lawsuit for violation of section two of the Voting Rights Act. And that's because they have split these districts between four a and four B traditionally North Dakota districts have two representatives in them. They've split the district, so it's one candidate running in each and they did this to basically push all of the native voters into district four a and district 9 a and then open up seats for 9 B and four B and so this is both kind of a long-term battle for the Voting Rights Act and kind of what that looks like in the protecting and preserving section two. But it's also a moment in which native tribes are actually directly under attack by the state under redistricting. And so I will be watching those races very quickly. That's a list of Lisa Finley DeVille and Jamie Davis running in those seats. I'll be watching those really quickly, really closely because winning in those seats means a massive victory for Indian country, but also starts a larger conversation about protecting our voting rights long term. Jordan, you touched on the southwest earlier. And let's remind our listeners that the Navajo Nation with its huge, huge population, was a big player in the 2020 election. And what does it look like this year in Arizona? Will the Navajo Nation vote be a major factor in how things go? There has been a really sustained amount of power building in Arizona since 2020. I think prior, we didn't have quite the political infrastructure that we did in other states. And so that has really changed. In 2020, we saw a 130% in the three counties that overlap the Navajo Nation in the north. Coconino, Navajo and Apache county. We saw a 130% of their 2016 turnout, which is a high water mark. And I think that although it probably won't be as high in a non presidential year. What we know on the ground is that there is a massive investment in the ongoing and all of those organizers that were there in 2020 are still there in 2022 building that political infrastructure launching new C threes and C four organizations to kind of sustain that power building long term. So I am very hopeful. Despite there being kind of a deluge of legislation that has come down in the Arizona state House to try to kind of attack that. Jordan, what about Hawaii? Are you watching the elections there? Because I know there's at least one native Hawaiian running for Congress. We are lately, I think it's exciting because this is the first moment in which we have Alaska native native Hawaiian and Native American as kind of like the broad three indigenous groups in Americas. Representing Congress. And so I think kind of keeping that up is going to be really critical of this year as well. OJ, I'd like to get your take on the Navajo vote as well. How large a factor do you think the Navajo Nation vote will be there in the Arizona midterms? I think it's going to be key to any person that is going to actually win that office. One thing these races are so close in all the states where Indian countries has a presence, these votes could an election could be won by a few hundred votes. And so it's really key for people to participate. I know Jordan just talked about north quota, but we just got done working with the shoshone duck valley reservation in filing aid voting rights lawsuit under state court from violating their rights in Nevada. It's a tribe request a satellite office on the reservation. They're supposed to give it. And what they did is they only gave the tribal members there four hours and their election or four hour two days followers each. So on Friday, their elections over and so lawsuit was filed to increase it because the outlook county in that county is the richest county per cap and if you live in alcove, you get a 120 hours in election day voting. So, you know, there is things out there to stop. And I can tell you the Nevada race is probably going to end up by whoever wins by a hundreds of votes, not thousands. And you're going to see that all through the United States where Indian countries involved of these very close races being decided by Native Americans. And I also pointed out 99.9% of the time when a polar calls, it's not a person that has an indie name like gray bull, you know, in so natives are never even included in Poland. And that's where I can really make a difference in any election, especially midterm of deciding which candidate is going to go to office. Okay. Well, we've got a caller on the line right now. Lynette listening and Anchorage Alaska on K NBA Lynette, thanks for calling in today. Good morning, Sean. Thank you for taking my call. And I'm calling for men to Alaska. In the past, I ran for the U.S. Congress seat against the late congressman Don young, but I didn't make the primary. And I am so proud of Mary petrola, or winning the seat, even though it's temporary, I'm really hoping that she could win in our general election so that she could represent Alaska native people, although I don't agree with her on a couple of things, but that's besides the point. And I would like to just say that she is very brave and very strong. And my hat
"san juan county." Discussed on Sword and Scale
"I'm going to sleep tonight. Despite Cynthia's seemingly, genuine demeanor, the detective informed her that they'd need to obtain a buckle swap. A DNA sample, and that she definitely wouldn't be allowed to return to her camp that night. So Cynthia, without getting into it, you know, we're treating this as a crime scene right now. Yeah. So, and I think you probably figured that out. Well, Craig said that. So we're gonna need to talk to whoever's supervising the crime scene before we let you go back there. Or can I direct you to pick something up for me? That's whatever it happens. We're gonna need to consult somebody. I'm not trying to put you out at all. Yeah, yeah. But we got to and I haven't been up there yet, so I don't really know, I don't know if your camp is considered part of this or not, I don't know. Really? I don't know. Okay. Did I even been out there, okay? I'm just being honest with you. Because we're treating it as a crime scene and stuff like that. Would you object to providing us with the DNA sample? No. Okay. What about pictures of your feet and stuff like that at your shoes? Cynthia hesitantly obliged. Realizing that this default decision to report what she had found may have landed her in the suspect's seat. She was, after all, the only person involved with the crime scene up to this point. Once the crime scene investigators got to the camp and retrieved the body, for examination, they realized this person had been deceased for nearly a month. Laying in the spot. Cynthia claimed she had only arrived the night before. The corpse of this young female had been preserved by the cool dry temperature of the biome she was left in. Authorities in San Juan county have been searching for 27 year old Sasha Krause for more than a month. We've conducted ground searches, canine search, aerial searches, and of course her information into several databases. Kraus, a member of the Farmington Mennonite church, was reported missing on January 18th. The question was, was she voluntarily missing or we were looking at a kidnapping? Last week, a camper in Arizona found a body near the sunset crater national monument. Obviously, when we find in a circumstance like this, we will, we will reach out to other agencies if there are similarities in what we found and what they have in their missing persons report. Through fingerprints, officials determined it was Kraus body. Authorities in New Mexico and Arizona are investigating this as a kidnapping homicide. This is a unique investigation as the San Juan county sheriff's office is looking at the kidnapping why the coconino county sheriff's office is investigating the homicide. So when I got there, the body had been as it had been discovered. None of our officers had touched her or changed positions. And so therefore she was lying face down. This is lead detective Jones, from the coconino county sheriff's office. She was in charge of tackling the homicide part of this investigation. Our body was up against some shrubs or some small bushes and I couldn't see her hands. I couldn't see her face. She was face down. I could immediately, something I immediately noticed was the way she was dressed. So I noticed that she was wearing a long dress and her hair was up in a tight bond. Sasha Krause was a young woman from the lamp and light Mennonite compound and Farmington New Mexico. The term Mennonite refers to an offshoot denomination of Christianity, founded in the Netherlands. We stress simplicity, modesty, we don't want to follow world's fashions. Our beliefs go back to the founding of our church in 1525 in Zürich, Switzerland. That is a Bible doctrine that we've held to very closely. And we find that's mentioned in the Bible a number of different times. So that is based on Bible truths. With regard to violence and self defense, the Mennonite church believes in what we know to be pacifism. Our stances, we call it non resistance. According to these beliefs, we would not want to cause physical harm to anyone. Now, I don't want to offend any potential Mennonite listeners out there, but after researching this religious faction, it seems the best way to describe it to a layman is to use phrases like, I don't know. Diet Amish or Amish light? Many of the Mennonite and Dutch Amish beliefs overlap. But the Amish are just a little more serious. They prefer a more concentrated version of the Bible. The key difference is, are in freedoms. In many Mennonite compounds, men and women are required to wear plain clothes and head coverings. The specifications of this dress code vary from church to church. Mennonites are generally allowed to drive vehicles and use flip phones. Most of the Amish bishops disallow these modern conveniences. Okay, so now that our little sociology lesson is over, I hope you have a better grasp on the type of community Sasha Krause lived in. Lamp and light was a tight knit and family oriented community. Everyone knew everyone quite literally. Sasha was fluent in Spanish and French, and she loved to read and write. Most of all, Sasha loved kids. She taught the preschool class at the community church every Sunday. In fact, the very evening she went missing, she was retrieving Sunday school books from the basement of the church in preparation for her class the following morning. Sadly, those preschoolers didn't get to see Sasha's bright and grinning face on the next morning. At Sunday school. A church was quiet and solemn. As Sasha's family filed a
"san juan county." Discussed on KOMO
"80s Sunday and Monday upper 80s and downtown Seattle now. It's partly cloudy, 68° at 6 25. Well, there's little sign of relief at the gas pump as president Joe Biden's call for a suspension of federal and state fuel taxes has gotten a lukewarm reception around the country. Como for Steve mccarran says the average price per gallon in Washington state now sits at $5 51 cents. That climbs to an average of 5 66 specifically in the Seattle area. This is all according to triple-A of Washington, some gas stations charging around 6 bucks a gallon. Area gas prices are up 32 cents from a month ago and a dollar, 79 higher than one year ago. In San Juan county, drivers are paying some of the highest gas prices around the state right now, the average for a gallon there. Now 6, 17. Come on to his talk with viewer chuck Dolph Dorf, who lives in Friday harbor. He admits they're used to paying more there. And while they don't have the mileage that a lot of people elsewhere have to drive inflation coupled with really high gas prices is taking a toll. He says a lot of island families make a trip to the mainland once a week to stock up on supplies and the cost of that trip is getting higher. Ferry rides have gone up, fuel costs more and the prices of groceries have skyrocketed. But now those costs are getting to a point where it's a big gulp. It's not a matter of mitigating it anymore. As a matter of trying to figure out what you can do without to be able to live comfortably, you know, for a lot of families. Chuck is retired and lives in Friday harbor with his wife. He says his grocery Bill is increased by at least 15%. Republicans have largely called the president's proposal a gimmick and Washington governor Jay inslee also appears opposed, suggesting the move would make it difficult to make necessary repairs to roads and bridges. Well, speaking of that, expect snarled traffic this weekend is revive I 5 returns to downtown Seattle and around. Washington State Department of Transportation crews need to replace 35 expansion joints on southbound 5 between I 90 and Spokane street. This will reduce southbound lanes on top of expected crowds for the weekend Pride Month events revive I 5 will continue the 4th of July weekend as well. Nike exiting the Russian market completely the decision
"san juan county." Discussed on Native America Calling
"But what we saw was a really disturbing decision out of the Supreme Court. Where they said that it was too late to make changes to redistricting maps in anticipation of the election in November. And this is, I think, just a way of allowing for illegal unconstitutional maps to move forward. And that was a case out of Alabama where two Trump appointees found that the map were unconstitutionally drawn because it was such a flagrant violation of a dilution of in that case black voters. And the Supreme Court nevertheless made it so that those illegal maps are going to go forward for this next election cycle. And that's a really disturbing result. And something that we're very alarmed by and makes it more difficult to challenge blatantly unconstitutional maps. Okay. You know, who, you know, who gains from gerrymandering. I mean, maybe this is just, you know, very broad question, but why would anybody want to have that happen in a community? So who gains a ton of power at a local level? That ends up at on the line, right? And so it's a very powerful thing. Even if you're only 40% of the population, if you've got two votes in there, right? You're able to set the agenda. You're able to argue against just rubber stamping plans that would make it more difficult for your community. Having representation in a community matters, a really good example of this is in San Juan county, Utah. In San Juan county, Utah, in 2018, a district court had to redraw the maps so that they were fair. And in that case, Native Americans make up 51% of the county. Nevertheless, they were forced into less representation. And so once they were able to have fair maps, the native candidates ended up winning and they gained control of that county commission. And one of the big positions that county commission had been taking prior to the Navajo Nation or Navajo citizens gaining control of the county commission was saying that they did not support the bears ears national monument. But the second that the navajos were able to control the commission, they reverse the commission's position on that and became supportive of the bears ears national monument. And so, you know, there's these huge impacts that these local commissions can take and positions that they can take and allocation of resources. And that really impact the day to today lives of people. And so, you know, it's really important to fight for every representative. Got it. To our listeners, you can join our conversation. There's still a bit of time to call in and have your voice heard on voting access in native America..
"san juan county." Discussed on KOMO
"Big percentage of positive COVID tests has one big tester reducing the number of tests it does Coming up after ABC There is a catastrophe going on right now in boulder Colorado northwest of Denver windswept wildfires have destroyed an estimated 580 homes a shopping center and a hotel forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate At least one first responder in 6 others were hurt boulder county sheriff Joe Pelé thinks that could go up due to the magnitude of this fire the intensity this fire and its presence in such a heavily populated area we would not be surprised if there are injuries or fatalities Some of the blazers are believed to have been sparked by down power lines President Biden Russia's Putin spoke via video conference for almost an hour late Thursday Mister Biden reaffirming the U.S. threat of new sanctions against Moscow if there's an invasion of Ukraine Putin saying that could lead to a complete rupture of ties between the two countries Tesla recalling almost a half million model threes from 2017 through 20 they have to fix a problem that can prevent their rearview camera image from displaying Richard can't who ABC News Como news 1000 FM 97 7 Sanders top local stories from the como 24/7 news center amid growing concern that vaccinations and boosters are hard to find The State Department of Health is expanding vaccination availability Komo force Keith outreach has new information People have been telling us it's taken them weeks even months to get an appointment for a vaccine or a booster But State Department of Health lace farin bog tells me that hopefully soon that'll be changing as they expand the availability So they're hopefully increased access and then we also have been working to get as much vaccine as we can into Washington state We are very challenged this week by the weather I went on the website and looking for an available appointment And what I found was several available openings for appointments on Sunday and the days after that That's come a forest key elbridge Food and Drug Administration plans to broaden eligibility for Pfizer boosters to teenagers 12 to 15 years old That's according to a source speaking to CNN they say that decision could happen in the coming days and it falls in line with what the director of the CDC said on Wednesday in our state the top counties with fully vaccinated 12 to 17 year olds are in king and San Juan counties with a rate of 72% On the other end of the spectrum at the bottom is Stevens county with just 18% of kids and teens 12 to 17 fully vaccinated against COVID-19 Starting next week one of the area's biggest COVID testers will cut its testing capacity Ryan Harris says it's because of a high rate of positive tests In order to do 12 to 15,000 tests a day the UW medicine lab will combine four to 5 samples If the soup tests negative they're done If a test is positive then they retest the individual samples But because some sites have seen test positivity rates pushing 50% pooling is useless So starting January 4th the UW partnership testing sites will scale back to just those with COVID symptoms or a known exposure Doctor Jeff Baird with the University of Washington school of medicine says if you're asymptomatic remember testing combined with vaccines masking and skipping that big New Year's Eve party is how we slow the spread COVID is not transmitted because of a lack of testing COVID is transmitted by human behavior with people interacting and being in close contact Three testing sites Seattle city hall Ballard and some Amish will also close temporarily starting next week Ryan Harris come on his channel public schools announced that it would close its campuses to in person learning on Monday to allow for voluntarily universal testing for COVID-19 that day of its students and staff the district said that social media post that in person classroom instruction would resume Tuesday in an online post the state's largest public school system said it has acquired 60,000 rapid antigen tests that can be used for its staff and students Common news time a 34 traffic.
"san juan county." Discussed on Native America Calling
"We're not here for your entertainment. We didn't even get to exist and be who we were based on our own standards we've been held by the government standards to justify us as a people fans are banned from wearing war paint or headdresses into the stadium. The group plans to host more demonstrations seeking an end of native imagery including in the team's arrowhead logo and the use of native terms and apply the nfl's zero tolerance for onfield use of racial slurs the fbi in san juan county sheriff's office in new mexico or seeking help finding a man suspected of kidnapping and navajo girl and the four corners region. That thirteen year old girl was reported missing tuesday night. She was found alive at a trading post read valley arizona on wednesday morning. The suspect is described as native american and his thirties or forties about six feet tall short brown hair. No facial hair he may be driving a dark colored four door pickup truck. He was last seen at an rv park and kirtland new mexico where he allegedly abducted the girl law enforcement officers say they're actively searching but they need the public's help anyone with information is asked to contact the fbi navajo officers are also assisting with the investigation. I'm antonio gonzales National native.
"san juan county." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A mosque? Did you hear? Um, you know, extremist views at school? Yeah, of course, of course. Now, Saudi Arabia says it's promoting so called moderate Islam. Extremist preaching has been banned and school textbooks that once promoted violence against non Muslims have been rewritten. Yasser Esam Hamdi told us he will be released in a year and dreams of somehow reclaiming his U. S citizenship. I was an extremist extremist once, but now I am not. CBS is Holly Williams, which takes us to 13 minutes past six o'clock. Let's get the Cairo 7 10 point forecast. Here's Nick Gallery, and I was reading a head neck enough. I'd love to do that. But Oh, boy, I notice the emergence of a significant amount of possible rain next week. Yep. Oh, yeah, I thought you had more. I was concurrent. Don't That's That's all I had to say. That's all you need. You know what date that You don't have to do anything more. That's all you need. Because you're right. I mean, here's the thing right now. I did keep Wednesday Thursday, mainly dry. I think I'm on the I think I'm on the optimistic side of that, although I say optimistic, optimistic for dryer in late summer weather, but I think we are going to switch that up by the end of next week to go into a wetter and cooler pattern. I mean, I even have Thursday's high with mainly dry weather for now, like 66, So I think I think we're trending that way for sure, and we are going to see a little bit of rain over the next 24 to 48 hours. Today most of us are just mostly cloudy. I think what you get is some Sprinkles for the coast. I think by and large today that would do it. However, tonight around dinner time and beyond, We shall increase a convergence zone. So around king as to how much counties we should see some pockets of rain that would last into tomorrow morning highs today around 68 to 70. Tomorrow. Same idea. Most of us are dry until tomorrow night With a little bit of light rain moves through. I think during the day if you're north of Snohomish County at the coast into San Juan County, you'll probably see a little bit of light rain. But tomorrow night into early Sunday, we should all have at least a little light rain moving through the spotty be brief, but would be there. And then we'll go with increasing sun breaks called partly sunny on Sunday. So all in all of the partly to mostly cloudy weekend highs around 70. We start off next week in the low seventies, a little bit of sun, but then, like David mentioned so he alluded to. He brought up Yes, he referenced right. I think we are going to get a little cooler and wetter next week. I plan to be very happy. Thank you, sir. Sure that takes us to 6 15 real time traffic and then for Chris's Lacey Evans brought to you by the Emerald Queen Casino. Yeah. Good morning, So want to tell you it's going to be a big weekend for closures. The Montlake Bridge closes this weekend,.
"san juan county." Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Just being a teenager with with hormones and everything else is enough Sleep. Well, that's huge. I mean, I have a lot of friends that have kids. I don't have kids. I have a lot of things that kids, not age groups and the stuff that those kids are dealing with now. I mean, I am really happy to have grown up. You know, I grew up mostly in the 19 eighties, I was in our western and so I am really happy. You know, it wasn't there weren't rulers can be, um We didn't have climate change, really, which may be to our detriment. We weren't worried about climate change. And so you know, we had a really pretty anxiety free. I mean, certain people struggled. With their own family stuff. But it's true what was going on in the world for most of US and United States. Of course, we have the problem of racism and all the probably still have now. That a middle of a problems we have around just, you know. Technology and society and the stuff that little kids and adolescents even are exposed to. Um it's a lot you know we've created a world that is full of anxiety for adults, too, but we're not growing up adolescence in it. Um you know, one of my friends daughters after her. What was it like to go girl before climate change, even this idea? Yeah, like I mean, what the world is going to be like, in 20 years, maybe top that when we were young, right, so and then you throw the pandemic on top of all of that. And it's just an intense amount of stress and pressure from kids. Um and I, You know, I don't think there are easy answers sleeping great, Sure, but I think we as the adults that are kind of running the world right now have a responsibility to our young people to address some of these issues. You know the racism, the white supremacy climate change. You know, the economic and security is that kids have and are looking at right now, in terms of their future, the huge student that all of this has created huge anxiety for our lessons. We got to fix those problems. That's why not, I think if we can't put this on kids, so why are you so anxious? Get over and get some more sleep. I don't buy that. We've got to fix it. All right? Uh, yeah, my generation. We have something we didn't have climate change. We have something called the bomb, which you know, right? Kind of scared this occasionally we we had to run and hide and co closet and get under a desk. Uh, But do you see? Do you see the issue with teenagers? That Yeah, that one thing one thing that you do need to ask when they come in and say my kids broken Can you fix them is Maybe the first question is, how much sleep are they getting? Yeah, and again, Why aren't they being sleep? If they're not getting sleep, you know, And and again. I think the technology is part of it. You know, people have their phones are communicating late at night. There's you know, Lot of drama that's connected to that kind of communication as well. So yeah, it's easy to say, get more sleep. You have to dig a little bit more deeper. You know why? Why aren't you getting sleep? And let's address that? Okay, Um You're on the road, so I and I've not. I've kind of stopped giving a daily covid numbers. Um, just because it's I don't know. I don't know why I just did. Um, my own mental health. I think Um, but I'll give him because you're on the phone. Um Their statewide 79 cases. Statewide 79 cases. Wow, that's great One death. Whoa! That's good. Santa Fe County four. Pretty good. Pretty good. Re Areva County had six no. To me. Real Ruby County had nine So they need to bring that down. Um Bernie Oh County, the biggest county 27. That's pretty remarkable that they only have that in San Juan County, which has been terrible has six which is also a really good number so overall 79 cases state one. Las Cruces, 11 crew 11. Okay, that's all good. You know, I think you're going to see a bump along because I think that especially in pockets where there are a lot of vaccinated people. You know, and maybe New Mexico so much, But maybe Southern New Mexico? I don't know You're going to see you know a day when you're going to have five or six or even 10 And you know certain counties where you've got to workplace through school where you have an outbreak. Going to see that probably into the really fall. You know, hopefully, as we get into August, September, we're going to have a lot of you know, we're going to get down to maybe having some days. We have your cases in the whole state. That would be great. We, uh, We've been talking today about the vice president's visit to Guatemala yesterday. Mexico today in her comments yesterday to the immigrants in Guatemala. Don't come Don't come, Uh and we we had on earlier lager Love. Who's an immigration attorney formerly with the Santa Fe Dreamers Project. She's in El Paso. And Allegra said that the worst cases in New Mexico are still in the immigrant or the migrant detention centers that we have So many cases. Yeah, in these centers and we need to close them because all they're doing is getting people sick. Yeah. I mean, prisons are going to be a problem going forward. These detention centers are going to be a problem. And you know why are we not texting exas in ating? All those kids flu shots? Covid vaccines, giving them adequate healthcare. When yeah, I totally There's a lever. She's actually a very good friend of mine. All those places need to be closed down, and we need to go back to the A humane immigration policy. We've essentially you know, asylum has been for 200 years plus of our country. That's that's how most of us got a lot of his God here. No, I mean, my grandparents came. Remember each cynical and and it wasn't asylum exactly. But it was post World War one at that time and that their communities were devastated. And we're looking at situations and Guatemala and Honduras and El Salvador 100 times worse than what most of our grandparents experience totally. We're looking at asylum cases where people True. I mean, many, many people have been denied their asylum gone back and been murdered. Their families have been killed. Many many cases like that, And so this has been, you know, one of our Humanitarian values that we hold up in the United States on the Statue of Liberty, you know, And and now even though we have ride, nothing's changed. We still really don't have a functional assign. No one can really mean I heard Camel and services comment. My my heart kind of turned. My stomach turned listening to him. Because she said, Oh, there's a legal way to do it. There's really not a legal way to do it. This is the legal way. Basically cut up. Yeah, we've cut out all the waves to do it because we've used covid both as an excuse. You know, First of all we have. Koven is an excuse of why we basically shut the borders. We still haven't reopened them, um to legal claims of immigration like asylum. That's what I'm talking about. We still haven't reopened them. And we've got covid running around in the detention centers, so we're creating and perpetuating the epidemic. To immigration policy. It's really disgusting. Well, that is going to be an issue and, you know, Yeah, the question is, I mean, they're they're They're not going anywhere. Once you get them the vaccine and there are plenty of doses. More than enough dose. Yes. Absolutely. We need anything. We need to get it down to the Northern Triangle because their kids Yeah, absolutely. Cults, Everybody. Everybody needs all right. So, um, Have we learned anything in the last week about Covid? We learned anything. Oh, I think you know, we we continue to learn more about how it's transit. You know, I think I don't know if I want to get it. Maybe we can get into this morning next Tuesday. The stuff that's going on right now around investigating how it started as pretty interesting. It is. Yeah. Um, you know, I was I was definitely in the camp of No, it didn't start and allowed, But the more I read, the more I think well, I still think chances are that's not the whole story. But I do think it needs to be thoroughly investigated in a in an objective and open way, because we need to prevent the next pandemic, And if we're going to do that, we need to understand how this one started. I don't think we've learned that Dr Fauci is wrong about everything is as Trump and the Republicans trying to make him out to be. No, totally not. No, I agree. And I think that there is a real You know, people are so frustrated during the pandemic about the ways of, you know, he did get some things on. We all got something everybody do. You know everybody did. And that's when it's going to happen when the science is evolving when you're learning, and it's good. Scientists researcher is going to adjust their opinion based on new evidence of just their ideas based on new evidence, and that's exactly what Dr Fauci did. And the whole federal government that well, not remember the ones that were, you know. The folks that were the scientists right anyway with integrity, and you know we shouldn't. We shouldn't give him things for that. We that's actually a mark of a good scientists. Alright next week next Tuesday. We'll do next Tuesday. That will be good. Thank you,.
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"Of four murders across to Southern states. Captured after a manhunt in South Carolina. The Dow up 235 points. They've packer ABC News, Comeau News 1000 FM 97 7 54 under the clouds in downtown Seattle, attend 31. Good morning. I'm Tom Hunter. Today you're Tom stories now from the coma 24 7 News Center. A man who called 911 Sunday to identify himself as the suspect in a double shooting Saturday and see tank killed himself when deputies came to meet him in a Skyway gas station. The update now from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson, King County Sheriff's Sergeant Tim Meyer had put out pictures and information about the suspect Saturday afternoon, hoping someone would lead them to 46 year old John Johnson. Allegedly shot his baby boy and the child's grandmother late Saturday morning at a home in Si Tak e think we're all shocked when it again touch his victims there. This young Johnson's 17 month old son and the baby's grandmother were rushed to harbor view. The baby remains in critical condition The woman has approved to satisfactory It was about 2 40 yesterday, a man identifying himself as that suspect called 911. Saying it was at a gas station in Skyway and wanted officers to come get him. As deputies arrived. The man walked away from the gas station and shot himself. The King County Medical examiner's office will make the formal idea, but Meyer says they're no longer looking for the suspect. Carleen Johnson, come on. News crews are looking for a missing hiker about nine miles east of Marble Mount 66 year old Thomas Simon said from Mount Vernon left Saturday morning to have the hidden Lake Trail in the North Cascades. We never came back. Skagit County Sheriff's Office has been looking for him since Sunday morning. Ah man and his two daughters suffered symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning aboard their boat in Elliot base Saturday. The family was offshore. When the father called for help. The Coast Guard says the man was complaining of dizziness and one of his daughters was unconscious. The other had lost motor function. They were taken to the hospital to be checked out. The Coast Guard says they could smell significant exhaust on that boat. We're getting closer to being able to reopen our state. For that to happen. Those 70% of the population over the age of 16 needs to have at least one dose of a covert 19 vaccine comas, Lee Stoll says some age groups are getting vaccinated faster than others. More than 78% of those who are 65 older have started the vaccination process. Those numbers really drop off As you start to get into the lower and younger age group 16 to 17 year olds. That number is below 35%. King County is giving the most vaccinations for any county across the state. But when you look specifically at the county populations and how many people are getting those vaccine shots, it looks like only two counties right now. Are above 60% for their county population. That is Jefferson and San Juan County's Pierce County. Not doing so great You're less than 40% right now. Governor Inslee hopes we get to 70% by June 30th. Could. The Corona virus vaccine caused mild heart problems and some teens after they get the shot the condition mile card Dinos is an inflammation of the heart muscle that can be caused by a variety of viruses. The CBC C says it is not found more cases of the condition than would normally be expected in the population without vaccination. They stress of this time there is no proven link to vaccines. Still to come. Your summer on two wheels remains in doubt. I'm Corwin hate with the ongoing covert related shortage right now. 10 34 coma traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin longer of traffic center with Chiara Jordan. We have a new crush on north and I five near Bridgeport way It looks like our right lane at the main line's blocked in the off ramp to Bridgeport. That's going to be blocked as well. And we've been Dealing with this in a backup that we've been finding approaching state route 5 12 because we had an earlier medical emergency in that area that has now cleared North Chennai, five brief hesitation through to Coma City Center, and then we're slow and go on north and I five in Seattle between Michigan and Seneca were still crowding North found 99th First Avenue South Bridge, and then again a brief slowdown as you approach the West Seattle Bridge. Speaking of westbound travelers on the Spokane Street viaduct, looking slow between 95 99 or thumb 167 busy out asunder into Pacific in North Bound four or five with often on slowing from state route 169 through Newcastle. This traffic report is sponsored by Michael Shoot Casino. 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"Counties rate that's well below the 10% requirement. Skagit Island in San Juan counties have done very, very well as far as controlling The virus cases in their counties. And what can Connie has had a spike after Christmas? But where we see those numbers coming down come on, and the South central region are at minus 1% right now in case rates in the following two week period. They dropped 44%. That's well below that minus 10% goal and could go to phase two, depending on how the governor and State Health Department calculate the next update on Friday, the latest update on the coronavirus in our state from the Department of Health, Additional and 935 cases have been added, bringing the total case count. More than 324,000 have been more than 18,500 hospitalizations and 4558 people have died since the pandemic began. Pressure to continue reopening our state continues from the minority party in Olympia, The Cuomos Ryan Harris tells us they're against one bill, they say could affect your wallet. Republican State lawmakers are so intent on getting businesses and schools reopened that they have a bill that would put the entire state into phase two and would give the Legislature authority to review the data and make decisions on moving forward or backward. Republican leadership was also asked about a bill that would ban insurance companies from using credit scores to set your rates a bill Senator Linda Wilson says would make everyone's insurance costs skyrocket. It's not actually credit rating, but it's it's an insurance rating, and it's one of many topics that they used to actually rate the the insurance. Person. There's also still a budget to write, and Republican leaders say they want to spending plan that's reasonable, keeps the state living within its means and doesn't add any burdens to businesses they say would affect jobs. Ryan Harris come on in Seattle U. S Attorney Brian Moran, the top federal prosecutor for Western Washington's has announced his last day in office will be February 28th President Joe Biden as as U. S attorneys appointed by former President Trump to step down. Ran, who previously served as one of the top officials in the state Attorney General's office will return to private practice in a statement ran thank Democratic U S Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell for supporting his nomination. And U. S. District Judge Ricardo Martinez Thank Moran for continuing the district's tradition of having professional, nonpartisan prosecutors as U. S attorneys. General, a City council took a step toward restoring police use of less lethal weapons for crowd control after banning them following last year's protests council voted on a draft bill that would allow pepper spray and noise flash devices under certain circumstances. Council president Lorena Gonzalez supported the motion. Despite a federal judge's warning last week that actions to defund the police could put the city at risk for violating its consent degree with the Department of Justice. Federal Court overseeing a consent decree has and will likely continue to question the councils. Legal authority to pass laws related to how when and whether the Seattle Police Department can use force. SPD has been under federal oversight since 2012 after a DOJ investigation found the agency had a pattern of using excessive force..
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"And in Mountlake Terrace, The North bound I five offering between 36 Street is closed until 5 a.m. your next report at 10 44 I'm J. Phillips on Coleman, who was like coal forecast from the diversified crawl space weather center Shannon O'Donnell. Well, the closer we get to this chance for lowland snow that better chance it's going to play out right according to plan already cold enough out there. We're going to see overnight lows, dropping off mainly into the twenties by dawn on Wednesday. Already a few shots of precipitation on Wednesday afternoon, still partly cloudy, but we'll see a few passing flurries here and they're more widespread snow, though, is we hadn't the Thursday and Friday as that precipitation rides on through, we could be talking about several inches of lowland snow falling and telling up, especially south of Seattle in Olympia in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell, Sarah 36 degrees More people get vaccinated. There is renewed hope that many of the counties will be able to move ahead to phase two of re opening almost Keith Eldridge talkto what Come County Council member Kathy Kirshner and others. Has been looking at the numbers, judging by the Trans Three regions could qualify whether improving case rates, for example, the North region of schedule what Come island in San Juan County's All the State Department of Health Dashboard had their case rate as being up 69% through January 16th. But the trend over the following two weeks it's dropped 33% using what come counties rate that's well below the 10% requirement. Skagit Island in San Juan counties have done very, very well as far as controlling The virus cases in their.
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"Cried. Um, physically, I did have after I got the first vaccine. I did have a sore arm that night. I had, like a little bit of congestion and a headache. The next day, I did take a four hour nap really tired and head for muscle. By two days later felt completely like myself On D second thought I didn't have any side effects now, Doctor. I have no idea if your sports fan or not if you watch any of the big football game yesterday, but there's been a lot of time before the game. Leading up to the kick off in the coin flip honoring the importance of health care workers that he brought. I don't 7500 something like that to the game who had been vaccinated, and they made a huge effort. During the game, even during some of the commercials toe on her health care workers. Yeah. You know, I didn't My only saw maybe, like, three minutes of the game, and I did afterward. Um, I did Ah, YouTube from the commercials. But I would say one of these that one of the reasons why I also couldn't watch more than that was because it was so upsetting to me to see How many people were in the stamp? Um yeah, That was mean That was that was what was. You know, this is like, sometimes doctors and such killjoys right, but it was just so upsetting. But even after that, even after the game, the celebrations and in Tampa Bay, large groups of people close together with no mask, and it's like What him? One of these people gonna learn. Never Yeah, And I feel like foundation. Aly what? It really is the failure of leadership because their state government should have implemented so many things so long ago. Help protect people. Yeah. All right. Um, the change of leadership in the country since we last spoke. Are you encouraged? AM or encouraged when I knew that I could be your listeners may know about the defense production act. That was that can that allows in this case if I didn't have signed it the defense production next? So that we will see so much more resources going into. Um ah, making more personal protective equipment also making more vaccine and what I think will be so exciting that we might actually see now is more treatments because we have done this sort of moon shot if you will for the vaccines, as we should. We don't have. We haven't made the same abuses in the treatment. And so maybe that is something that will start to see now so that that has felt wonderful. Also just the idea of that in federal federal buildings and on on in transportation that there is requirements from asking, and it says What the requirement for Macias, you can have it on the chin has to be over the nose and the mouth. All of those things. I think we're just again. Palpable sense of relief. What are you lacking? What is your name? Age lacking? Goodness, I think well, like a lot of places in this state we have Everybody would love to be able to give vaccines to every single patient. Um and, um, But I do think that New Mexico is doing well. It's widely known that we're doing a much better job than in other states. And I think that, um That every person in new Mexico, um, who has done their work to get the vaccine? I commend them. I salute them, and I'm grateful to them. So I think that that is something that everybody I know would like to be able to provide every single patient with the vaccine. We in my experience. We Have I have never needed PPE and not been able to get it on D have been so grateful for that. Yeah. Yeah, that And I think that specifically For outside of Albuquerque. That Senator Heinrichs office has been so helpful to help. Um small hospitals and clinics get get Peopie. It's really It's really remarkable. Like one day, someone will tell that story about what his office did. Would be able to get supplies to people. It was really remarkable. Um, yes, truly, truly remarkable. And I think that the other thing I would love that we have is if we just better treatments, but they are not there. There is no treatment that's out there that we don't have access to. Because there is none, but that's what I wish that we had was better treatment, all right. Once again. The numbers in New Mexico total cases in New Mexico today 315 Berlioz's county. What on Lee 120? 41, Dona Ana County and two counties. You've worked in McKinley County on Lee 12 and San Juan County. Only 13. Amazing. We haven't seen this kind of numbers in a long, long time. Doctor. Actually, I'm a couple appreciate it. Stay. Well, thank you for your time. Thank you to stay. Well, goodbye. All right, come back after a quick time out. Oh, and Santa Fe County. Nine cases were in the sixties a couple weeks ago. Nine cases. Don't get overconfident..
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"From the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest com Gut punch Just frustrating. Washington State residents stuck in phase one of the governor's reopening plan or crying foul. The governor says it all comes down to covert numbers, Khyber Radio Stone cold, Jennings explains. State officials say there's a clear explanation for who's moving forward and who's staying in Phase one. Knicks truly with the governor's office says the North region, which includes walk home Skagit Island in San Juan County's is staying put because its case rate was up 70% recently, also four of the regions in the last evaluation period, and double digit increases in their hospital admission rates. Governor. Inslee says the plan moves by region not by county because different counties often use each other's hospitals through mid February. Only two of eight regions, the Puget Sound in west regions are in phase two. There is concerned those regions could slip back into face. One King County health director, the King County Health director today said he expects to see an explosion of cases because of new, highly contagious strains of the Corona virus. The recent estimates from other countries suggests that the variant is doubling about every week. Dr Jeff Dejan says some countries they're seeing their biggest outbreaks ever right now, because of those new strains. Should people get a break if they're caught with small amounts of drugs like heroin or cocaine? Washington State lawmakers air looking at de criminalizing that this convicted felon tells Cairo 70 ve the war on drugs didn't work. It hasn't worked. Giving people punishment for having a disease doesn't work. It just makes it harder for them Under a bill lawmakers are considering police would not issue tickets for possession. They'd send people to addiction services instead. Deadly stabbing in Lynwood is being investigated as a possible hate crime. Cairo seven TV's Tracy Leone report, court documents say Greg McKnight couldn't get inside his car because someone had illegally parked too close to him. After saying something police tell Cairo seven someone in the other car stabbed him three times, leaving him there to bleed out. McKnight's friends say the suspect likely saw him as easy prey. Because of his disabilities, and because he was gay. A suspect is in custody. Yurkiw All radio forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies today with highs in the low fifties. Right now it is 50 in downtown Seattle. Another boss for breaking news highlights podcasts and more. Download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio.
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"Sports Time With BK Love to talk about an ABS win. Yeah. April of Marty filled group. Our stopped 27 28 shots he faced as the Avalanche took the first of two games against the wild here in Denver. It's their third of four with Minnesota to one. Last night was the final Groupies sits atop the NHL was seven wins on the young season forward. Tyson just want a career best 10 face offs and said he's just ill in. I'm feeling good enough. Come on. We'll frustrated with production one up, but I think I'm doing good on the outside of things, and I'm playing really good Hakkari now so It's gonna stick with it and keeping the things I'm doing and I like complex. Gotta keep that up. He has to make it two in a row and three or four wins versus the Wild Tomorrow Night Football Arena yesterday, Iraqis general Manager Jeff Brightest and over Dick Monfort held virtual press conference to discuss the Nolan are on auto trade to ST Louis. Here's Mumford's answer to the question. Has he considered firing bright itch or firing himself as team president? So the answer to all those air? No, but no. I have not thought about firing. Jeff. I have thought about firing myself, but I have not thought of about fire and Jeff Well, Mom from brightest spoken Denver are not omit the media in ST Louis for the first time and said he's certainly gonna miss his Rockies teammates the bittersweet moment, right? I'm gonna miss some of the boys on the On the Rockies. You know, I got to know them got to know some of those coaches or a long time and I'm not a lot of them since I was 18 years old, You know, I'm 29 now, so I'm not some relationships that I'll cherish for the rest of my life over there, but coming to a team like ST Louis with great players and great history, it was, you know, I'm just super excited props to the Joker and Cole Yokich named in Western Conference Player of the month. It's the first time he's received that honor. He's the first nugget toe earn player of the month since Carmelo Anthony back in 2009. And see Busman's basketball team won't host Arizona State tomorrow after coronavirus issues that popped up with the Sun Devils sell the bus. Next game comes Saturday in Boulder against Arizona that support some brain and crystalline Caitlin his radio on the Broncos bus and rock. Okay, ladies for your time, 6 16 right now on Colorado's Morning news. The pandemic affecting the annual survey of the number of homeless people in the Denver area, the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative. Says it's not gonna count those living on the streets this year account will be done in area shelters on February 25th. That's about a month later than usual. The surveys are used by agencies and nonprofits to determine funding for homeless services each year, and advocates fear the delayed in reduced counts is going to result in less money being allocated. El Paso County is five star business certification program is underway, and this county commissioner says he's glad the state agreed to do it. Despite the fact that we have reservations about some of the contents of the program itself. We are intense. Then and will continue to do everything we possibly can to support our businesses and our industries. Businesses that are declared five star businesses can allow at least 50 people inside as long as they meet certain criteria, including better ventilation and increased table distance. The search for three missing skiers and south was Colorado on hold due to the dangerous conditions. The San Juan County Office of Emergency Management says four skiers triggered an avalanche in the area between Silverton interfere on Monday. One of the skiers was rescued, but the other three burried under now the focus of a recovery mission. The search suspended yesterday due to fear of more.
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"Guy Rock I had on your friend and fellow Republican Mike the one everybody is married. Denny from Dayton says and Ward War two when you're over the target, and you're catching flak from everywhere, you know you're over the target if you catch it on the right or left, he's got Richard K. Jones pissed off and Mike he's got Denise Tree House because What would you do not let me ask you a question. How about the nation of India? Tarrant tells me the nation of India. There's 500,000 Indians who work You know, and their work in bad situations. Korea India And the leaders of India have said We're not given the vaccine anyone over the age of 65 because their lives largely over. We want to make sure the economy's in tax so we're gonna give it to young folks first. And everyone said Okay, well, that to me that it would not fly your B. But look, I would trust the science. Let's look at the science right? Who does this virus effect Who does that prey upon? We've known this for about folks like Jim Scott. Order folks folks with co morbidity So therefore, by that rationale, I would give the vaccine first and foremost to the elderly and those with severe co morbidity is I have a text here from a superintendent. Must go nameless of a suburban district who said to me are teachers and kids have been here since the second week in September. And we have mainly in person a little bit of hybrid in December. We're back at it. Why are the teachers at CPS getting priority over Matt Reese now getting priority? Over the suburban districts that are in school. How come if you act up? You get it If you don't act up, you don't. I mean, that's what we are going to talk about here at three o'clock is same thing. I have a lot of teachers in Other Hamilton County School district. Right, Let's say oh kills Southwest local even out in the Ross Perot Creole School, home of the Rams San Wait a minute Now we've done everything we can. We've plowed through this. We've had to go through unbelievable types of concessions to keep the kids in school was much as possible. CPS teachers have not been in person at all. And they go to the front of the line is that they're upset about that. Well, they understand. The answer is because they're not in school. The governor thought by giving priority to those not in school. So why you rewarding the folks that didn't maybe try their damnedest to do it, especially when the CDC has come out and said Mike DeWine has said himself that kids do not spread this virus. It doesn't happen. Science goes to the science when you're in a union. It doesn't matter. This is out. And CDC here here is the report. City study shows. No, I gotta get the same one. A science doesn't matter, except when it does. And in CPS Laura Mitchell, God bless her. She's a good superintendent, a graduate of Wanted Hills, and she wants to get back in school. But the teachers union Mike Morocco, was almost loaning the other day. Not as bad as Chicago public schools. That's ridiculous. They don't wanna work. They're saying they're using covert is an excuse not to show up. And what about Elder High school about our Lady of victory? What about ST Dominic's? What about sinker troops who have tried and look and you? So my kid news to Crosby Elementary and Joanna God, He's the principal out there. And I mean, I've done moved mountains right to keep these kids in person. Now the junior I in Harrison. They've had some outbreaks where they had to stop for a little bit. But what? Get back at it out back at it should not be rewarded. The folks that are Trying to make this work and trying to educate kids in person. The answer is both artists that there's 35,000 kids in CPS, right pre through 12 5000 have not even logged on, like one time where they are in the ether somewhere. We don't know We have no idea that their 15%. That's a lot. So there's no nose and kids. They have no shot, not none right now. Compare that to say Next. Mueller Beechwood Madeira Deer Park explained to me when you do standardized testing, and about a year what's that's gonna look like? How to spend more money than God is building about it, But that's not the issue. It Z given a damn and trying to find a way to get back out there. So anyway, we're gonna try to talk about that. We're trying to get some folks on the discuss that a little bit, But anyway, I will hash out there's also I find this. Unbelievable. There was a petition going around of 13 or shoot me 3400 signatures. Of CPS parents saying We still don't want to go back. Don't want to be. Oh, I don't know. I just I would like to hear from someone who's in that position because as someone with kids, I can't imagine what it's like to try to work and try to do all these things. While your kids is trying to learn at home, knowing that zoom learning is not it doesn't work. It doesn't And what of the taxes in Cincinnati? I've looked at property in the city. The people's judge indicates you may want to move to the city, Cincinnati, which I'm resisting magnificently, the taxes There are confiscatory. It's not like you have low taxes. And therefore you get no results. You have high taxes would know results when I had on your friend, Richard K. Jones, and he did a Facebook posting about a half an hour ago and and and the governor said there's 35,000 cops roughly You can't say this, but I'll say it for him. Few of any have been affected by covert 19. As far as hospitalizations. There's a younger they're younger. They're studs like yourself. Now, On the other hand, he's thinking Have older inmates. I have older people who work for me. Hell, Jones himself has got to be in the seventies. I figure he's an old guy kind of decrepit and shouldn't he get it? The answer is no. We're going to give it to the older folks, so he's got the law enforcement community pissed off at him. And then he's got the lower Mitchell's of this world standing in line, saying, We're not in school we needed first, and that's not fair. Not fair at all, because I get look who the virus effects If for some strange reason, it affected people from age 1929 cops that then then Yeah, you go there. First Science matters. It's not what with the data is shown. He also says things are screwed up. You don't know how to get the segment tells me his 92 year old mother. Has tried through the segment to get in line to get the shot and brother County and she can't do it. So that that is still if you're 90 go here, because segment is not too smart and his mother's wonderful She makes incredible chocolate chip cookie segments, Mom. I would imagine she's not much in a coding. I would imagine I got her Internet footprint is not too late. You're saying And so the segment is a worker, right? He's like a drone bee. So if you're 92, that would be look. If you're over, 80 show up here show up here. You gotta sign that locations across San Juan County or sign the forms don't have to register because if somebody could get you here, it's obvious You need it, And we don't have that either, And to his to his defense, Mike DeWine says We don't have the vaccine vaccines coming. He asked for him. He s your buddy. The Trumpster he has Joe Biden is like binds. The president really are way east binds that he won, didn't he? About a week ago He was sworn in. Okay. It's time. You got the football? Let's go, and I got a text here from your friend Rob Sanders. Two shootings this year in Covington Bars are Cincinnati people drinking and Kentucky bars because Rome until midnight when you tell them behind to.
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"It from that point on all those over five, it was 72, I believe is the number that I that I said so. Yeah, it's a graduated scale, at least from that. That's better than a being just flat out more. Right. And I want thing I didn't expand on is that it? Um, graduated in that the 1st 500,000 is taxed at that 1.6%. And then they're like Santa $700,000 home. The next 200 then is then tax with 1.78. So it's graduated. That the entire amount that makes sense. Yeah, Yes. Oh, yes, He can do the math to see what they were. The equality is for the 1.78%. Also, Every county is a little bit different, So we should you know, guys when you when you buy and sell real estate, every count is a little bit different, because there's the, uh San Juan County I believe has a Uh, has a different tax, right? Yeah, They've got a room state excess tax. It was definitely you know, I was helping somebody over there looking at something over there and and they have ah, 1% of the sales price, And it's required that 99% shall be paid by the buyer and 1% of that tax. Paid by the cellar. And I'm sorry one and it's 11 half of 1% of the half a percent And then there's a 1% on all sales, So it's a couple different. Taxes that you know. You just don't see in different counties. So definitely something to think about. If you're looking to buy over, understand one cost of doing business folks. Number two. The show is 844 talk one on one once again. 844 talk one on one..
Washington: San Juan County resident being tested for coronavirus
"Health officials are investigating another potential case of corona virus in our state this time in San Juan county Kyle Dodd with San Juan county health and community services says they were notified by Island hospital in schedule county about one of their residents a man brought to the facility in Anacortes after he became sick and then through the hospital doing their work up it was identified that had based on travel history and symptoms that this could be related to coronavirus he says they don't have any reason to believe that the hospital in schedule county or any resident in San Juan county is at risk we believe that the risk remains low dogs as they expect test results from the centers for disease control anytime from now through next week he says the man is currently being monitored at highland hospital in Anacortes
House to vote on two immigration bills next week
"To visit the area meet with fire officials later this week that'll happen on a friday well lieutenant governor donna lynne and other members of hickenlooper cabinet went with local leaders yesterday goodness where some residents there as well those evacuated in san juan county are being allowed back into their homes at eight am this morning they will also allow some evacuated people onto five fifty in the closure point on highway fifty five fifty also set to be pushed back to just north of purgatory ski resort later today as well reporting live connor shreve koa newsradio thanks conor will continue to get the latest on that fire throughout the morning as well on capitol hill the house will vote on a pair of immigration bills next week house speaker paul ryan's office announced tuesday after republicans spent hours negotiating behind closed doors the news follows weeks of open rebellion in the house by republican moderates who have tried to force a vote on a series of bipartisan immigration bills on border security and the fate of the dreamers the votes put immigration a divisive issue for the party back in the spotlight for republicans as they scrambled to protect their house and senate majority is next fall ben siegel abc news washington senate republicans are cautiously optimistic after this week's summit between president trump and north korean dictator kim jong un majority leader her mitch mcconnell says he does want congress to include or included rather in any long term deal on denuding in the region if the president can reach a significant agreement with the north koreans i hope it takes the form of a treaty that's what the founders of our country anticipated and that's why it's in the constitution mcconnell says lawmakers all hope the summit will lead to real results in the future to the political primaries across the country now where south carolina republican congressman mark sanford is being kicked out of his bid to try to reclaim his seat he lost his primary race yesterday to katie airing ten she was endorsed just hours before polls closed by the president time to reach out to our friends and our neighbors and it's time to unite and get to work and win in november the president stepped into the.