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01:35 min | 11 months ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Ones who get it done now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest calm, the death toll keeps climbing from our recent Northwest heatwave, Cairo radios Diane Death, Wiley reports most of the heat related deaths wherein King and Pierce counties, but half the counties in Washington logged at least one fatality the last weekend in June. An estimated 78 state residents died during the heatwave by compared Wasn't there was seven. He related deaths last summer Syntax Airport, finally addressing congestion into and out of the cell phone. Lot work crews are building a new entrance ramp to the lock. You'll be exiting. Um, like you will to 1 70 s and then they'll be its own access ramp into the lot, So that's a big change. Project manager Peter Lindsay says. There will only be one way in and out of the cell lot when the project is finished later this year. Watch for road closures and detours during the construction. A big change to a parking rate proposal in Seattle City Council committee has decided to hike on street parking rates to $12 an hour only in a one mile radius of the new climate pledge Arena. They had been asked to consider that higher rate all over Seattle, no matter where an event was located. The council votes on this on Monday forecast their skies overnight lows about 58 on Friday. Look for sunshine in the afternoon high temperatures around 80. I'm Lisa Brooks for breaking news highlights, podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. If.

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Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair

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01:21 min | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council committee votes to loan $70M for West Seattle bridge repair

"Threats from lasers and the Seattle Police Foundation is doing something to protect them. Sherry's gag her with the foundation says they've started a got your six campaign, which means got your back. She spoke with Jon Carl's from from our sister station K. V. I. So our goal without you sick is to raise 365,000 over the next month to show Seattle police officers that the community has their back 365 days of the year. And our first commitment is to purchase laser eye protection for all SPD officers. So far they have raised more than $80,000 toward their $365,000 goal. Student teachers say they

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"One of the back the blue demonstrators. Then he was pushed to the ground hard enough to break his wrist. At one point as he lay prone on the ground, he says one of the men pulled his mask off his face and tossed to the side. The Takoma News Tribune says appears county deputy was nearby, but the incident was over. By the time he arrived. Neither party wanted to press charges at the time and no arrests were made. Greg Herschel Co. Moh news Harlan Police declared a riot in that city overnight. Protesters set fire is outside one of their precincts and destroyed security cameras. At one point, officers thought there was some kind of explosive device left behind, but it turns out there was not The Seattle City Council committee vote yesterday could lead to drastic changes in the way the city responds to homeless encampments. We get more from Kemal's Joel Marino For the past three years, people living intensive gotten regular visits from the navigation team, which was intended to help campers transition to shelters. Shorty, Right? Says it hasn't always worked out there. Just police still, you know, they tell me, I tell you to pack up and leave the specialized unit pairs police officers with outreach workers from some neighbors value the efforts. We've had a few times where they've come in and swept On DH tried to get people into housing and to get help, but not everyone wants help on a 54 votes, City Council members now appear ready to dismantle the team. The City Council, also considering elimination of all funding for the unit and redirecting the money to community programs for the homeless. There are new developments in a murder case at Seattle's Capitol Hill occupied protest zone earlier this summer. Camels, Coral mirror cold. Miller has more on the killing of 19 year old Lorenzo Anderson. It was on the morning of June 20th. Anderson died at Harbor View Medical Center. And now the King County prosecutor has filed a murder charge against 18 year old Marcel Long, according to charging documents long confronted Anderson with a gun. He then chased him and opened fire. Anderson was shot at least four times. Detectives are still trying to track down along so far. They haven't had any luck. I believe that the city let me down. They let my son down there lived a community down. Anderson's mother, Danita Sinclair filed a wrongful death claim against the city of Seattle late last month, saying city leaders created a dangerous environment and allowing chop toe happen. That's Cuomo's Cole Miller. Come on news time to 34. Let's get a check of the forecast. Forecast coming up, but first let's check traffic..

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"FM, 97 7 Good afternoon 12 31 from the Comb 0 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. Look, here's what we're following Police in Seattle are free to continue. Usually tear gas and other non lethal crowd control measures is a federal judge continues to block a city council ban was Gerwin Haig has the UPDATES. Responding to a Department of Justice request, U. S. District Court Judge James Robart is extending the temporary restraining order that prevents implementation of that City Council ban. That means crowd control measures, including tear gas will remain in the police tool kit. The council passed the ban in June after the public complained about aggressive policing during black lives matter protests that has made new fearful to continue to protest. It hasn't been me fearful to use my First Amendment right? Fanning these weapons and practices are the least the City council can do to begin healing the communities that have been terrorized by the police for decades. The judge's order now remains in effect until September 18th Corwin hey Koe, MO News. The Seattle City Council committee voted yesterday or the vote yesterday could lead to drastic changes in the way the city responds to homeless encampments. It was Joel Marino has the story. For the past three years. People living in tents have gotten regular visits from the navigation team, which was intended to help campers transition to shelters. Jordi, right, says it hasn't always worked out there. Just police still You know they did help him. I tell you to pack up and leave the specialized unit pairs. Police officers with outreach workers from some neighbors value the efforts. We've got a few times where they've come in and swept On DH tried to get people into housing and to get help, but not everyone wants help on a 54 votes, City Council members now appear ready to dismantle the team. The City Council also considering elimination of all funding for the unit, and redirecting that money, the community programs for the homeless. Portland police declared a ride in that city overnight prompted protesters set fires outside their precincts and destroyed security cameras. Then one point officers not there was some kind of explosive device left outside, but it turns out There was not their new developments in a murder at Seattle's Capitol Hill occupied protest zone. Como's called Miller has more on the killing of a 19 year old by the name of Lorenzo Anderson. It was on the morning of June 20th. Anderson died at Harbor View Medical Center. And now the King County prosecutor has filed a murder charge against 18 year old Marcel Long, according to charging documents long confronted Anderson with a gun. He then chased him and opened fire. Anderson was shot at least four times Detective Are still trying to track down along so far. They haven't had any luck, but I believe that the city let me down. Let my son down, let the community down. Anderson's mother, Danita Sinclair, filed a wrongful death claim against the city of Seattle late last month, saying city leaders created a dangerous environment and allowing chopped toe happen. That's Como's Cole Miller. Come on news time. 12 24. Excuse me, 12 30 for Let's get a check with roads. Here's Marina Rock, Inger. Well, it looks like we do have a new problem on the roadways.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Is blocking the right lane but even with that blocked our travel time from Seattle to Bellevue it's about a quick twelve minutes our next come traffic at eleven fourteen AM to come eagle river forecast with Kristen Clark looking at high temperatures in the central south sound to get well into the sixties dry weather continues again tomorrow after morning fog burns off highs will again produce sixty in the afternoon but a little bit cooler Saturday temperatures get knocked back down closer to normal in the upper fifties with a chance of sprinkles along the Canadian border otherwise drive for the Easter weekend for Easter Sunday mostly sunny and seasonably mild and the couple weather center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke lots of sunshine and we're still warming up fifty five echo at eleven OO five a gig harbor woman asking you to stay home to protect other people after she found out she gave cope with nineteen to at least five others after finding out she inflicted to others carrion Ekberg tells the news Tribune breaks my heart that I you know I because you just you just don't know you had we had no I yeah at the time she also believes she gave it to her husband and two kids she says her family is all recovering now and urges you to heed orders to stay home so that the spread doesn't go any further king county clearly the hardest hit on the state when it comes to corona virus as calm as Brian Calvert tells us that's not the only outbreak local officials are having to deal with now statewide nine thousand people have tested positive for covert nineteen and four hundred twenty nine have died from it a majority of those cases are in king county which is also grappling with the fact there's been one hundred cases of hepatitis Hey since January at least half of those cases are among the homeless Alison Eisinger is executive director of the Seattle king county coalition on homelessness she told a Seattle city council committee yesterday.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Transit so please don't use the lower bridge anymore and for the first Avenue south bridge instead our next como traffic at nine fourteen am No Kristen Clarke with your global eco refer out forecast brought you by Washington eight one one before you digging your yard know what's below call eight one one looking at may level temperatures today across the Puget Sound well into the sixties we go especially far foothill locations like for example is a quokka see highs in the upper sixties today as we get this down sloping warming wind off the cascades slightly cooler Saturday as a weak front begins to move in knocking temperatures back down closer to normal in the mid to upper fifties for Easter Sunday mostly sunny and quite seasonably mild again with highs reaching sixty degrees in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke right sunshine forty eight right now it como at nine oh six a gig harbor woman asking you to stay home to protect other people after she found out she gave covert nineteen to at least five others after finding out she inflicted to others Karen Ekberg tells the news Tribune breaks my heart that I you know I because you just you just don't know you had we had no idea at the time she also believed she gave it to her husband and two kids she says her family is all recovering now and urges you to heed orders to stay home so that this is not spreading any further king county clearly the hardest hit in the state when it comes to corona virus as goals Brian Calvert tells us that's not the only break local officials are having to deal with now state wide nine thousand people have tested positive for covert nineteen and four hundred twenty nine have died from it a majority of those cases are in king county which is also grappling with the fact there's been one hundred cases of hepatitis Hey since January at least half of those cases are among the homeless Alison Eisinger is executive director of the Seattle king county coalition on homelessness she told a Seattle city council committee yesterday.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Near the top stories from the come on twenty four seven news center king county is still clearly the hardest hit part of the state when it comes to this pandemic because Brian Kelberg tells us that's not the only operate that local officials are having to deal with right now state wide nine thousand people have tested positive for covert nineteen and four hundred twenty nine have died from it a majority of those cases are in king county which is also grappling with the fact there's been one hundred cases of hepatitis Hey since January at least half of those cases are among the homeless Alison Eisinger is executive director of the Seattle king county coalition on homelessness she told a Seattle city council committee yesterday organizations that have a long and steadfast traditions of meeting the needs of vulnerable populations have heartbreakingly had to limit access among other recommendations she and others are asking that shuttered community centers be reopened to those living on the streets and there are only two ways to respond that is through prevention and mitigation and both require that people have access on demand to toilets and sinks Brian Calvert komo news gig harbor woman is asking you to stay home to protect other people after she found out she gave cove at nineteen to at least five others after finding out she infected to others carry an expert tells the news Tribune I mean breaks my heart that I you know I because you just you just don't know you had we had no idea at the time she also believes she gave it to her husband and two kids she says her family's all recovering now and urges you to heed orders to stay home so that this is not spread any farther more evidence about how hard the virus has hit local long term care facilities The Seattle Times reports of the virus has killed more than two hundred people in one hundred thirty seven law long term care facilities in the state the department of social and health services says the list of facilities that have cases of.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Easier to set of sanctioning campaigns including tiny house villages big change religious organizations would be exempt from getting a city land use permit which takes a lot of time a lot of leeway given to religious organizations the only have to follow a few simple guidelines and that's it the proposal would also make it easier for private property owners as well they would still need to get a city permit unless they make a deal with the church they help homeless people there actually is a state law that allows them to get property tax exemption it's not just us benefit to the community but there's also a benefit to a private owner the proposed changes will go before Seattle city council committee that will happen on Wednesday afternoon that's Kamel's right now I'm a motel ever since the state Supreme Court ruled that lawmakers are subject to the same disclosure laws as other elected officials house and Senate administrators are dealing with a sharp rise in public records requests the Senate has received thirty five requests in the months since the ruling compared to twenty request for all of the previous year and in the house there were forty three request in December alone compared to only nine during the same period the year before an Oregon mom is warning other parents to make sure heating vents have the register cover on and fastened down last week her baby fell through an open vent in her home landing eight feet below in the crawl space almost Carlene Johnson is live with the story and remarkably ten month old Colson only have some scratches that he was dirty after that fall it happened is Sadie really was doing dishes you realize your two boys were too quiet her older son is three B. as a speech disorder ready came running into the kitchen maybe thanks to the vents she quickly called nine one one call birds police chief says it was an unusual call that so called the we haven't had before so I'm in a trouble.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. A Bill to address the alarming number of murdered and missing native American women gets, here's a goes before the US Senate committee today. Komatsu Romero tells us the legislation is co sponsored by Senator Maria Cantwell. The Bill also called Savannah's act named after a twenty two year old native American woman who was murdered in two thousand seventeen will be heard by the committee on Indian affairs, Savannah's act would take on recommendations made by a Washington state patrol report, including increasing communications with tribes and improving access to crime information. The Seattle Indian health board found that of the more than five hundred cases of missing or murdered native women in the US Seattle had the highest number sue Romero, KOMO news. Fifty nine year old man murdered along Seattle's Aurora avenue. Komo's there ends on reports from the senior north eighty four th street where the man was found sitting on a bench with a gunshot wound to the chest. We've seen crime scene. Investigators poring over this. Area for evidence, even looking over nearby buildings for what might be bullet holes. This area has seen its share of violence recently just last month near here up at the ninety six a block off of Aurora. There was a killing, so it hasn't been too long since that happened. In this case police have not announced any arrests nor have they released any information about a suspected shooter. Marijuana can significantly alter reaction times and impair a driver's judgement. Most people understand that, but there's a new survey from AAA Washington. The finds a lot of drivers are still getting high and then getting behind the wheel thirty two percent in the AAA survey said they thought a driver would be caught by the police for driving within an hour after getting high may not be as easy for the cop to tell if you're stoned, but Kelly, just with AAA says they do have drug recognition experts trained to tell even if the car doesn't Rica of they don't need necessarily a blood draw to determine impairment, they've gone to special training, and they can make arrests. Based on the behavior that they are observing. So it gets the misconception for people to think that they're not going to get arrested in their survey. More men than women said they were likely to drive after getting high and millennials or the age group most likely to do that in two thousand eleven twenty percent of impaired drivers tested, positive for THC by twenty seventeen. That was up to forty four percent. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Washington governor and presidential hopeful. Governor, Jay Inslee also in Seattle today for some non campaign events. We hear from komo's Ryan Yamamoto. Tour Goodwill's training and education center programs apart of inlays career connected Washington initiative as afternoon. The governor will host a Twitter Cuna about his two thousand nineteen legislative agenda, will also join a conversation with health care leaders about public health care options after a court challenge blocked, the first attempt Canada has once again approved building a massive oil pipeline between L Berta and British Columbia. Komo's Brian Calvert has more on the decision and. The reaction in announcing he's pushing forward prime minister Justin Trudeau told his countrymen. His plan protects the environment and insures economic security moving forward with the trans mountain expansion and investing the profits in our clean energy future. We're doing exactly that Kurt Russell of the lemme nation isn't convinced. He says of the first time around. Environmental review is window-dressing. It is really a rationalization and not really local review of the situation Russell said, we should be worried as well, because a lot of the soil will be shipped to ports here in Washington. Governor Inslee tweeted in part the pipeline quote will impose significant negative impacts on our coastal communities and double down on carbon intensive fossil fuels. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Komo news time twelve ten. Time for an update on sports from Harley exterior sports desk, Mariners matinee today in Soto. Here's Tom hutler. Well, after getting bombarded by the royals last night, nine nothing, the Mariners try to avoid a sweep this afternoon at three forty when they take on Kansas City. You say Kukuchi give up six runs in five innings would mirror field had a pair of homers at a career, high six RBI's, and the royals can go for that sweep in at three forty contests team mobile park, US, women's soccer team returning to action tomorrow. Final game of group stage play when they face Sweden both or two and own the Swedes beat the US in the Olympics. Three years ago. US defender, crystal, Dunn says this is a different team from that one where the team was then and where we are now is, is night, and day you know, I think we were instill partial rebuilding stage and it's it's been three years now since then we've actually cleaned Sweden since that game. And, you know where we are in house? Team is, you know, we're inform. And we have twenty three amazing players that are ready to set foot and make their Mark on this team gave will be at noon tomorrow, the winner will advance as the top seed from group f meanwhile, the US men's team and their first meaningful competition. Since October of two thousand seventeen beat Guyana four nothing in an opening-round Kaka calf Gold Cup match last night. NBA draft tomorrow. Zion Williamson of Duke expected to be chosen number one overall by the New Orleans pelicans sports at ten forty past each hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time twelve eleven. A Seattle city council committee gave unanimous approval to the idea of allowing more tiny cottages or mother-in-law apartments instead of Bill. Adding giant family homes. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan explains. It's a multilayer proposal that will change the landscape of Seattle neighborhoods forever. More housing, squeezed into backyards, and over garages the goal of making some Seattle's most sought after neighborhoods, attainable. And I just would like something I would like to see more of these built so that some day I could maybe have one less big homes as well. What councilmember Mike O'Brien calls, mcmansions often have great park's great schools, great neighborhoods. They're very exclusive Seattle city council committee back to proposal to loosen the regulations surrounding backyard cottages and mother-in-law apartment, Seattle has always had tight regulations on what's called accessory dwellings. But the council says it should be easier for homeowners to build rentals in their yards. Among the changes being proposed as many as two cottages could be on lots as small as thirty two hundred square feet. Lots can house both cottage and mother in law apartment. This city will no longer require off street parking for new cottages to be built property owners. Don't have to live on..

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Experience the WC. Seattle north country campaign has been around for at least a year. But the Everett herald reports the tourism bureau has just received trademark approval for the name and for a logo featuring a mountain and sound doodle. The campaign has also taken on new momentum with the opening of Paine field to commercial flights the airport, maybe an effort, but travelers might still think of Seattle as their destination and the tourism bureau wants to take advantage of that name recognition Corwin Hake, KOMO news. Time to check out of the haughty exterior sports desk, two Mariners. Try to avoid it. Three-game sweep this afternoon as they face the royals who pounded Seattle last night, nine nothing featuring to homerun six RBI performance by the royals. Wit Mary field who had that, that big night for the royals. And the Mariners try to avoid that sweep this afternoon, three forty start time for that mariner matinee Zion Williamson, the likely pick. Tomorrow's NBA draft was on good Morning America with Robin Roberts today who asked him in an ABC exclusive his thoughts on being the top pick crazy. Honestly, Sean is paying off but I wanna get drafted period among players predicted to go in the first round a couple of zags research Amora, and Brandon Clark within the top fifteen US men's national team blanking Guyana last night, four Neil in Saint Paul, the first out of the car calf Gold Cup tournament. They'll play Trinidad Tobago in another matchup Saturday. Meanwhile the US women in World Cup action tomorrow facing Sweden for the top spot in group. F both teams will advance regardless of who wins that much matchup tomorrow. Komo news time ten eleven. We check sports at ten forty Patsy tower on the home of the huskies. And speaking of soccer, the former head of the soccer European governing body release. Without charge in Paris, as part of an investigation into the awarding of the World Cup tournament that's to be played in Qatar in twenty twenty two more from ABC's, Tom rivers at the foreign desk. Jeep Michel Platini throw translators of always been a piece, because I feel totally foreign to any of these matches. This is an old case, you knew it, we explained. It went through a similar process eighteen months ago. Express myself with full transparency in all the newspapers that sets it goes on. They investigate they search his lawyer called the day-long detention a lot of noise for nothing. He says he considers the matter over Tom rivers, ABC news, at the foreign desk, obesity. Rates are going down for young kids whose parents are on food stamps. Here's ABC, Sherry Preston for the CDC studied, obesity, among kids ages two to four, who were enrolled in the supplemental nutrition program for women infants and children, also known as snap. They look at those are the BMI above the ninety fifth percentile and what they found was that obesity rates went down between twenty ten and two thousand sixteen rates among kids who are overweight, but not necessarily obese also declined. Some doctors say this deserves further research since other stuff. Have shown obesity rates going up in the same time period. Sherry Preston, ABC news. A Seattle city council committee has given unanimous approval to the idea of allowing more tiny cottages and mother-in-law apartments instead of giant family homes. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan with the details. It's a multilayer proposal that will change the landscape of Seattle neighborhoods forever. More housing, squeezed into backyards, and over garages the goal of making some Seattle's most sought after neighborhoods, attainable. And I just would like something I would like to see more of these built so that someday, I could maybe have one less big homes as well. What council member? Mike O'Brien calls, mcmansions often have great park's great schools. Great neighborhoods on their very exclusive Seattle city council committee back to proposal to loosen the regulations surrounding backyard cottages. And mother-in-law -partment Seattle has always had tight regulations on what's called accessory dwellings. But the council says it should be easier for homeowners to build rentals in their yards. Among the changes being proposed as many as two cottages could be online. That's as small as thirty two hundred square feet. Lots can house both cottage and mother-in-law apartment. This city will no longer require off street parking for new cottages to be built property owners..

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Member of congress from Seattle is among those casting a vote of contempt against attorney general Bill bar. Komo's Bill O'neil has more democrat per millage. I of all tells CNN there are a lot of options on the table to address bars decision. Not to take questions on the mother report from the House Judiciary committee, this contempt vote today in committee now moves it directly to the floor that once it passes the floor, which I believe it will we then have the courts, and we also have an inherent contempt authority. We have some remedies there. The votes were cast along party lines with Republicans such as Georgia's Doug Collins, seeing nothing more than a political stunt Democrats have no plans, no purpose, and no viable legislative agenda beyond attacking visit ministration other Republicans suggests this is the latest step in the Democrats plans hatched on election night to impeach President Trump. Below neil. Komo news in a period of just forty eight hours. This week five dozen cars were stolen in Pearson. King county's sergeant Ryan avid with the King County sheriff's office while the numbers see him. Hi, it's not unusual. He says a lot of older model cars are notoriously easy to steal always had problems with Honda's, the older Hondas or easier to steal until you always see a lot of them on the list and at the same older Toyotas. Debit says a lot of rental cars, get stolen too because some companies leave the doors unlocked with the keys inside he tells KOMO this is a good reminder, not leave anything value in your car into lock it up. Special meeting today by Seattle city council committee, which has questions about the mayor's safety emphasis patrols for seven city neighborhoods. Komo's sue Romero has more extra safety patrols will cover. The pike. Pine third avenue area downtown pioneer square and others and involve higher police presence. Councilmember Lorena Gonzalez who chairs the cities safe communities committee sent a letter to the mayor and police chief asking them how they chose the seven neighborhoods and handled L measure success, but nearly all the two dozen or so people who commented publicly at the meeting made it clear is necessary to effect changes in laws and regulations to empower law enforcement and to get criminals off our streets once and for all and get on with it. That is your job the extra patrols go through may and also cover Soto. Georgetown, south.

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KOMO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"A man wanted for murder and Yakima county is now in custody after a while Khalil chased from Everett to Edmonds sauces believed that the suspect from Yakima wasn't vehicle and as the attempted to stop that vehicle. It started driving Radic manner took off in high speed police spokesman Aaron Snell's is the chase ended in the WinCo parking lot where the suspect has driver took off on foot happen this evening. They were quickly captured. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the chase. To suspect was water the murder of Joe fuller, April twelve in the town of Grainger would said to have been a drug deal, gone bad. Seattle city council committee heard arguments today over rent control and longer notifications for rent increases. Komo's Charlie harder report member Shamas want held a hearing with advocates where renter's rights. They want there to be limits on how much rent skin increase every month. And also, give tenants one hundred eighty days notice before raising them landlord say they want to be able to charge what the market allows. So on says, she knows state law forbid cities from enacting laws likely. How would it be? We pushed for being built a movement for in control. Because that's what we have to do that in order to that. This is the starting point to get the ban lifted. She and advocates want Seattle ordinance to be in place should stay laws change. Charlie Harger, KOMO new member of our areas. Congressional delegation says the Muller reports assertion that it does not exonerate president. Trump is the US house foundation to continue its investigations look at the Trump organization to look at Justice charges, and there's no preordained decision. There's no preordained outcome from these investigations. But it constitutional perspective. We need to move forward on these investigations district. Democrat Rick Larsen says he's behind speaker, Nancy. Pelosi's more cautious approach to possible impeachment of the president Larson's, even among Democrats. He's talked to her at home people generally want the investigation to continue in the other work of congress to move forward. Washington state is step closer to doing away with the twice-yearly time change ninety two six vote today in the state Senate lawmakers approved a Bill that he's Washington daylight saving time year round. But it's important to know that more steps need to take him before. It's the law of the land. Governor Inslee has yet to sign the measure, and if he does then the US congress when you do approve the chain, it's thirty.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

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02:45 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"News one thousand ninety seven seven Koa news time ten thirty one right now. It is forty seven degrees in Seattle. Art Sanders and your top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Man wanted for murder out of Yakima county is now in custody after a while police chase this evening from Everett Edmonds believed that the suspect from Yakima wasn't a vehicle, and as they attempted to stop that vehicle. It started driving into Radic manner took off at a high rate of speed ever. Police spokesman Aaron Snell's says the chase ended in the WinCo parking lot. With a suspect has driver took off on foot. They were quickly captured. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the chase suspect was wanted for the murder of Joe fuller on April twelve in the town of Grainger, what is said to have been a drug deal, gone bad. A Seattle city council committee heard arguments today over rent control and longer notifications for rent increases. Komo's Charlie harder reports. Shamas want held a hearing with advocates for renter's rights. They want there to be limits on how much rents can increase every month. And also give tenants one hundred eighty days notice before raising them landlords say they want to be able to charge what the market allows. So on says, she knows state law forbids cities from enacting laws likely. How would it be? We pushed for me being built a movement for an control here because that's what we do with that. In order to that. This is the starting point to get the ban lifted. She and advocates want to Seattle ordinance to be in place. Should stay laws change. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Ever VAR areas? Congressional delegation says the Muller reports assertion that it does not exonerate President Trump gives the US house a foundation to continue its investigations look at the Trump organization to look at Justice charges, and you know, there's no preordained decision. There's no preordained outcome from these investigations. But it constitutional perspective. We need to move forward on these investigations second district. Democrat Rick Larsen says he's behind speaker Nancy Pelosi's more cautious approach to puzzle impeachment of the president Larson says even among Democrats he's talked to here at home people generally want the investigation to continue in the other work of congress to move forward. Washington state is a step closer to doing away with the twice-yearly time change in ninety two six vote today in the state Senate lawmakers approved a Bill that keeps Washington on daylight saving time year round. But it's important to know that more steps need to be taken before it's the law of the land. Governor Inslee has yet to sign the measure if he does. Does than the US. Congress would need to approve the change or two US senators have already said they support federal legislation. Komo news time is ten thirty four. Aaa traffic.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Local stories from the KOMO twenty four. Seven news center shooting at the parking lot of a Federal Way library leaves one with serious injuries. Federal a police say it happened about six forty tonight at a library on south three hundred twentieth street. A woman in her twenties was seriously hurt. So far, no information on the shooter Seattle police investigated deadly hit and run collision on rainier avenue. South witnesses say a man riding his bike was hit by a white sedan before fleeing the scene channel fire medics attempted to save his life, but he died. Witnesses told investigators the bicyclist was attempting to cross rainier avenue south in the ninety two hundred block is struck by the sedan, which was heading south. Detectives are now searching for a white sedan with extensive damage to the front end and windshield. Navy communications bay since county is on a list of potential military targets in the US named by Russian state, TV KOMO SU Romero has more the Russian state TV show news of the week reported that in the event of a nuclear strike Russia is developing a hypersonic missile that could hit u s targets in less than five minutes. According to Reuters news the targets include naval radio station. Jim creek just outside Arlington county, a one million radio station able to contact submarines throughout the Pacific Ocean. Eric ping on is what the Pentagon, we are more than prepared to defend ourselves. We do have contingency plans in place. I wouldn't consider this real credible threat. The Russian report also named the Pentagon Camp, David and basis in California and Maryland as potential US targets, see Romero, KOMO news for the two dozen military aircraft ammunition are showing up on grays harbor beaches. The explosives are six to eight inches in length resemble large rifle ammunition. Chief criminal deputy Brad Johnson. Joe Hansen says these rounds can be dangerous. Urging people not to touch on Louisville or transport them. Just want them to call grays harbor county dispatch nine one one or the nonemergency number since there used to be an active naval station in the area. It's speculated this ammo may have been dumped off boats are buried on the beach in the nineteen forties. Now, the long discussion on a plan to help create more affordable housing head of a vote in a Seattle city council committee today goes Ryan Harris has more from that meeting mandatory.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"And was not housebroken hadn't didn't know how to play with a ball made a lot of progress, and he's just a wonderful family dog. Now. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. A month after he was nominated to be Seattle's permanent director of human services. The mayor's pick has yet to pass out of a Seattle city. Council committee councilwoman Shamas says mayor Jenny durken should withdraw Jason Johnsen's nomination. Until the community has a chance to weigh in that the mayor's office and the city council us, a really transparent and accountable process for appointing the director of the human services department Johnson wasn't inside higher already. The interim director for the last ten months. Seattle times reports H S D has seen its budget grow to nearly two hundred million dollars as the city seeks to help thousands of people in shelters and on the street and a former King County jail inmate is suing the county after he was brutally attacked by his cellmate. Toby Meagher says he was booked into King County jail for assault. When fellow inmate Troy Lee, bashed his face against the cells steel sink, and then stomped his head. The suit says Lee has a history of violence against fellow inmates. Komo news time to ten sports at ten forty past the hour from the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow leading off with the first place, husky basketball team kids, the huskies. And Trojans of the doghouse tonight is Washington looks to run it's perfect conference record to aid and DOE center. Noah Dickerson, San he and other senior certainly having fun, this season, poem is awesome..

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"The plan is to pay federal employees who are out of work through the employment security fund, but the benefits can also apply to workers in the private sector whose companies have lost business because of the shutdown Suzy LeVine is the employment security commissioners individuals will receive unemployment insurance, but they won't have to do the job searches. And so essentially as long as there's a promise of a job once business kickback kicks back up into gear. That is a tool available for employers to take advantage of all of this is done through the state unemployment office and the program is already up and running. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Federal workers aren't the only ones hurting as the government shutdown continues for local business owners near mount rainier national park. The shutdown is hitting the bottom line. Bob Shearim and his business partner owned the stone creek lodge near the gate entrance to mount rainier. And with the roads a paradise closed. Business has been way down this month to you know, we truly rely on the tourism industry with the park shut down and the partial government shutdown. It's definitely going to be challenging for us and and other small businesses. Reservations this month. I've been down more than fifty percent compared to last year. Governor Inslee office tells the Tacoma news Tribune that thirteen thousand federal workers in our state are either furloughed or working without pay today. A Seattle city council committee may vote on the waterfront lid or local improvement district project and send it to the full council mayor Jenny Durkan announced an agreement with some property. Owners earlier this month to reduce the size of the proposed tax while giving them input on the waterfronts design and operations that clears the way for the mayor to propose legislation to create a one hundred and sixty million dollar local improvement district smaller than the two hundred million that is angered property owners for years almost Kelly coupons coming up on KOMO. Hi, Brian Harris with the latest on traffic. Sands the viaduct and millions spent on new tunnel.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"Publish sensitive information, unless a ransom is paid the interim city manager declaring an emergency allowing the city to immediately bring in a security expert to determine which systems have been affected. Sharon Gavin is the spokesperson for the city of Samana advisable in a situation like this for people to look and see if they noticed anything unusual in their personal accounts. But at this point, we know what's been affected has been our shared drives. And that's where we have materials like does or shared documents data protect residents and businesses. The city's my building permanent map services have been taken down Europe's human rights court ordering Italy to pay Amanda Knox financial damages. Komo's Frank Lenzi reports Italy has been ordered to pay the Seattle native twenty thousand dollars because the court found police failed to provide legal assistance and an independent interpreter. During the long night of questioning after the November two thousand seven murder of Knox's British roommate Meredith Kurtzer. The court also says there was insufficient evidence to support claims of psychological. Ben physical mistreatment the court says quote Knox had been particularly vulnerable being foreign young woman. Twenty at the time not having been in Italy for very long and not being fluent in Italian, man. Quote, Knox was convicted then acquitted of murder knocks released a statement this morning that reads in part, quote, I am grateful for their wisdom it acknowledging the reality of false confessions and the need to reform police interrogation methods. Frank Lenzi, KOMO news. A city of Seattle city council committee may vote today on the waterfront L I or local improvement district project and send it onto the full council. Mayor Jenny Durkan announced an agreement with some property owners earlier this month to reduce the size of the proposed tax while giving them input on the waterfronts design and operations that clears the way for the mayor to proposed legislation to create a one hundred and sixty million dollar local improvement district smaller than the two hundred million that is anchored property owners for years. That's komo's Kelly Benz. Hundreds of hair stylists are upset over a Bill as say would put their livelihoods at risk. It would prohibit salon owners from leasing booths to hairstylist Senator Karen Kaiser says the way the law's written salon owners are allowed to deny insurance to booth renters she says that gives an unfair advantage to traditional salons, which hire employees. I think that if you have two people in the same business and two sets of rules than it is really suspect and has to be looked into. But Senator Kaiser says she plans to change the Bill to allow us hairstylist to continue renting booths. But only if they have the appropriate licenses and pay taxes. Komo news time eleven ten. Huskies inducts ready to meet for the three hundred fifth time in men's basketball, more on that. Now from komo's Bill Swartz set the Harley exterior sports desk, plenty riding on the Washington. Huskies basketball voyage in the state of Oregon this week the dogs. Try to stay undefeated impact twelve conference play road trip starts at six o'clock tonight against the Oregon ducks Toni castricone Jason. Hamilton have the call starting at five thirty on KOMO news, Washington state and Oregon state play hoops at eight o'clock in Corvallis and fourth-ranked Gonzaga carries. It's five zero league-record into Santa Clara Seattle. Mariner fans will see lots of new faces on the two thousand nineteen ballclub general manager Jerry DiPoto pretty much cleaned house. Trading away stars like Robinson canot gene cigarette and pitchers James Paxton, and and Wendy as DiPoto message to fans during the rebuild. You don't have to rip it down to put yourself in a better position. And we feel like what we just did was we put the Mariners in a better position on July twenty first the Mariners salute Edgar Martinez when he's inducted into the.

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"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seattle city council committee" Discussed on KOMO

"A Seattle city council committee may vote on the waterfront our local improvement district project and sent it to the full council mayor Jenny Durkan announced an agreement with some property owners earlier this month to reduce the size of the proposed tax while giving them input on the waterfronts design and operations that clears the way for the mayor to propose legislation to create a one hundred and sixty million dollar local improvement district smaller than the two hundred million that is anchored property owners for years. Komo's Kelly Koopman. Komo news time seven thirty seven to Tacoma police officers fired for allegedly telling woman to beat her nine year old grandson with a belt are now facing criminal charges. Almost Carleen Johnson reports. Live both officers face charges of third degree assault coercion and official misconduct. They are. Thirty four year old Jessie, Jane her and forty two year old Damian Berge fired three months ago after an internal investigation by Tacoma PD. This incident happened June twenty seventeen to come a news Tribune reports the two officers responded to a call about a boy who reportedly has developmental disabilities. And it threatened to kill his grandmother. They had been to the home before two social workers were there at the time. And according to charging papers, they say officer, Berge encouraged. The grandmother do hit the boy with a belt officer, Jane or they say then held the nine year old down as the grandmother struck the boy twenty to twenty five times with Berge allegedly instructing the woman to quote beat the demons out of the boy, and who represents officer Jane said his client will plead not guilty says prosecutors dragged their feet far too long a charging decision. And he says those officers were trained to suggest to parents or guardians they could use corporal punishment. They're going to be in court, February first Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. How would you like to live like a hall of Famer Edgar Martinez? Bellevue penthouse at one Lincoln tower is on the market for just under ten million dollars..

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