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Seattle schools, teachers union' reach tentative agreement for in-person education

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:36 sec | Last month

Seattle schools, teachers union' reach tentative agreement for in-person education

"Public schools and its teachers union, which will allow in person learning to resume middle it for middle and high school students. Details from comas below neo. Under the agreement, six through 12 grade special education intensive service pathways, students will return to in person instruction. April 5th, while all other middle and high school students will return April 19th. District and the Seattle Education Association say the deal will work to keep students with their current educators and provide four full days of instruction for all students. The school district says it will send families and intent to return survey, which will ask them to select either the Wonder percent remote learning model or the hybrid in person model for the rest of the school year. Colonial

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Seattle teachers union OKs agreement to return elementary students to school buildings April 5

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00:27 sec | Last month

Seattle teachers union OKs agreement to return elementary students to school buildings April 5

"The union representing some 7000 Seattle public schools employees has ratified an agreement to bring elementary students back into the classroom for in person instruction. April 5th of the day. The agreement makes official return to school buildings for the district. During the cove in 19 pandemic. Seattle Washington largest public school district 50,000 students Seattle Education Association have 82% of members approved the deal. This

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01:31 min | Last month

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"06, and we continue. 20 minutes of nonstop news now. Washington health officials are monitoring 23 people who recently traveled to Guinea and Democratic Republic of the Congo call most Franklin's. He tells us why regions of these countries are currently experiencing a bolo outbreaks. But the Washington State Department of Health Says there is a low risk for people of our state health officials have been in contact with the individuals who will be monitored for 21. Days after their arrival in Washington, the Department of Health says the risk of getting Ebola's virus here in the U. S is very low. People can get Ebola's through direct contact with a person or animal infected with the virus. Oregon health officials are monitoring at least four people who recently visited those same regions. Frank Lindsay come, Oh new, convicted felons will automatically have their voting rights restored under a bill that has passed both the House and Senate. Currently, felons can apply to have their right to vote restored, but only after completing parole and paying off any penalties and fees ordered by the court. Republicans offered several amendments, including one to exclude child sex predators, but those were rejected the main sponsor of the measures, Democratic representative Tara Simmons from Bremerton. Who was incarcerated herself before becoming a lawyer. No more complicated process and the right to vote will be restored. If a person is no longer in prison. This makes the law easier to administer. And it also restore some amount of dignity for our neighbors when they walk when we welcome them home. The measure now heads to Governor Insley, who's expected to sign it. Today, Members of the Seattle Education Association are set to vote on a tentative agreement to bring kids back for in person learning. Deal calls for some elementary level special education students to return Monday..

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Seattle Public Schools, teachers union reach agreement to get kids back in the classroom

First Light

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Public Schools, teachers union reach agreement to get kids back in the classroom

"Been reached that would return preschool and elementary students and staff to classrooms in the Seattle school district. The agreement still needs to be ratified by Seattle Education Association membership in Seattle Public schools next week. The deal includes joint commitment to bring all pre K and special education elementary elementary students students back back to to campus. campus. On On March March 29th. 29th. All All other other elementary elementary students students would would be be offered offered on on campus campus learning learning starting starting April April 5th. 5th. Now Now

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Governor Inslee announces next steps in re-opening plan for Washington counties and school districts

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03:53 min | 2 months ago

Governor Inslee announces next steps in re-opening plan for Washington counties and school districts

"Hinting at it for weeks. Governor Jay Hands Lee makes the announcement after one year of closure of our schools. The time has come for every child in the state of Washington to have access to on site instruction, his reasoning. We're doing this because we have experienced a mental health crisis for many of our Children. This will provide them an option. That suits their needs of their family is order has two parts, starting with the younger students. April 5th all students in grades kindergarten through six. Most have the opportunity to engage in an on site hybrid model of instruction. And by April 19th all other K through 12 students must be provided a hybrid model of instruction. In schools that are K through five. It'll it'll apply through K through five. Able 19th. Every school district will need to have at least at least 30% of their pre pandemic. Average of weekly instructional hours that will be provided in person for all K through 12 students, he says. Families who want to remain online on Lee will be able to do so. Going on to say the science shows this can be done safely. There are over 1004 school 400 schools that are doing this safely today with minimal in school transmission. There are over 200 School district's who have been able to figure this out. And there are over 400,000 students that have safely been able to enjoy on site instruction should their families so desire. This is a wondrous miracle that we want every child to be able to experience. We know we can do this safely, and we're confident our ability to do that. And there's federal money available to pay for it. And for mental health services for students, passage of the American Rescue Plan Act. We estimate schools in our state. We'll have received about $2.6 billion that's with a B. $2.6 billion in pandemic relief, and I've heard from many educators who would like that money to go to mental health aid for students. With counselors, nurses and other support workers for a variety of the challenge. Our students have I agree with those educators. We need to do this. A spokesperson for the Washington Education Association. That's the teachers union says they agree a safe return to schools is important. In a written statement, she goes on to say the governor's announcement assumes that districts have the ability to provide safe teaching and learning. And she says some district's just aren't prepared yet. She also says local unions will continue to bargain with district's over a safe return to buildings. Seattle School District has been reluctant to reopen classes. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris raped All was asked about that at this time school District, One of the district's who does not have a cruel to access their face, too. Well, because Esther dollars federal relief dollars, I would remind everybody we have one year to distribute those dollars and we will not distribute them to districts. We do not have a viable plan to reopen their schools subject to this governor's order. This year will continue to have that conversation because we know they can get there. They will get there with demonstrated the safety protocols. This is unprecedented money to buy those ventilation systems or those portable air units or divide more PTE or two at least on a temporary basis, Bring in more staff, Seattle District spokesperson says We are in active negotiations with the Seattle Education Association for a safe and successful return with some students, he says. Coming back March 29th, he continues. We will need time to analyze the Details of the proclamation and determined the impact for a student's families and staff. Charlie Harder come

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Preschool, special education students return to Seattle classrooms amid uncertainty

First Light

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Preschool, special education students return to Seattle classrooms amid uncertainty

"The union for a Seattle public school teachers is again raising concern over the district's plan for returning some students to in person learning later this week, Seattle Education Association president Jennifer Mater says the district's decision to order educators back to teach pre through K and special education students. Is only standing in the way of progress. We do believe we can reach an agreement. If the district where to rescind that essential order because that has slowed a status become a distraction, and our real focus should be at the bargaining table. Teachers across the area and around the country have voiced concern over safety and classroom protocols on many parents and elected leaders have become more vocal in their push. Get kids back in the

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Seattle teachers, district continue impasse over in-person learning

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle teachers, district continue impasse over in-person learning

"Had a public school districts and the union for its educators remain at odds over plans for getting some students back in the classrooms later this week. We get the details from Como's Bill O'Neill, the district is pushing ahead with an effort to return pre K and special education students to in person learning. Across the area and around the country. Many parents as well as elected leaders are growing more vocal about getting kids back to class. But Gerald Donaldson, who is a member of the Seattle Education Association, says there are so many questions still to be answered. And batteries are concerned. Just in general. How is going to be a summer camp down would cope it? What's what are the policy themselves? Good is cast in place. And also just in general. How do students gonna feel I think until right back into learning that they're gonna be time for the five social emotional learning. Many health experts are convinced schools can reopen safely if the right protocols are followed.

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Seattle Education Association Balks at School Return Plan

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Education Association Balks at School Return Plan

"State, the Seattle Education Association remains at odds. With the school district over resuming in person instruction this week, the district once in person learning to begin for preschool and special education students Thursday, saying each building has PPE and reconfigured classrooms to keep students and staff safe. But the Seattle Education Association released a statement saying quote educators air blowing the whistle on unsafe conditions. The union accused the district of resorting to bullying

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Seattle Teachers Union Votes To Reject State’s Plan To Return To In-Person Learning

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00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Teachers Union Votes To Reject State’s Plan To Return To In-Person Learning

"Seattle School district and the Teachers union is still at odds over a plan to return some students to classrooms here in the coming weeks District, saying it plans to start in person learning for preschool and special education students. On Thursday, and it says each building has PPE and reconfigured classrooms to keep students and staff safe. The Seattle Education Association released a statement saying quote educators air, blowing the whistle on unsafe conditions and accused the district of resorting to bullying tactics and

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Select group of Seattle Public School students to return to in-person learning March 11

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00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Select group of Seattle Public School students to return to in-person learning March 11

"District and the teachers union remain at odds over a plan to return some students to classrooms. In the coming week. The district says it plans to start in person learning for preschool and special education students March 11th. It says he's building has PPE and reconfigured classrooms to keep students and Staff safe, the Seattle Education Association, releasing a statement saying, quote educators air, blowing the whistle on unsafe conditions and accused the district of resorting to bullying. Tactics and quote This is common. Use

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Seattle Education Association ratifies MOU with Seattle public schools

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

Seattle Education Association ratifies MOU with Seattle public schools

"Association has ratified was called a memorandum of understanding with Seattle public schools. Here's what that means. Teachers union voting to approve the agreement with the school district last night. The union says the agreement provides a roadmap now for a safe start to the school year. Under that agreement, school will begin on Friday, September 4th, even though early calendars Showalter was going to be September. 2nd make the correction the represents more than 6000. Educators, doctors Nevada

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01:44 min | 9 months ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Much for including coma News is a part of your weekend. I'm r. Christopher. Let's get you up to date. Now the top local stories. From the coma. 24 7 News Center, a couple of deadly crashes here to tell you about Washington, a patrol saying there's been a fatality crash in North Ally. Five Athena Squali River Bridge. Two cars hit head on after a wrong way. Driver going south hit a car in the North bound lane. A driver in the wrong way car died. The driver and passenger from the north bound car also Seriously injured last we heard two left lanes are blocked just south of the bridge for that investigation. Also busy times for State Patrol this weekend as yesterday three people dead in a head on crash. Your blue, a pass just northeast of Cleland State trooper, saying a 43 year old woman suspected of driving under the influence caused the collision. She will be charged with three counts of vehicular homicide. She survived and is in critical condition. Last we heard 30 mile stretch of highway 97 clothes for that investigation between Pally alum and we're a connection with highway to near 11 Worth 706 here. A coma News of Seattle Education Association is ratified What's called a memorandum. Of understanding with the Seattle public schools. The teachers union voting to approve the agreement with the school district last night. The union shows the agreement provides of road map for a safe start to the school year. Under the agreement, school will begin now Friday. September. 4th no longer September 2nd like maybe what your calendar says the represents more than about 6000 educators. Cement barriers now surround SPD's East Precinct here in Seattle, ahead of more protests planned for this weekend. The precinct has been a flash point for demonstrations and was targeted by arsonists several times. We're hearing from protesters who been reluctant.

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01:57 min | 11 months ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"According to the head of the teacher's union comas, Ryan Harris has more from her and the district. The president of the Seattle Education Association, Jennifer Mater, says health and safety are their top priorities. But she says the Seattle public schools put out its plan for a hybrid of in person and remote learning. They knew the union would raise questions about health and safety and that they weren't prepared to answer those nor on professional development needed to do online teaching, and they were just taking a gamble by putting it out there, and I think that we need to be more honest with our families and say we haven't yet figured out how to safely reopen school mater says They Got to get back to class, in part to help deal with the emotional trauma the situation has put on their students. Seattle Public School says health and safety are its top priority that it will follow local and state recommendations, and it continues to bargain in good faith with the union bargaining that continues this week. Ryan Harris Camo news, an encouraging sign that we know how to protect people from getting covert. 19 U Dub COMAS Kelly Blier has more call health care workers on the front lines heroes because of the risk they're taking to care for those battling Cove in 19 But recent testing off 3000 ofyou dubs workers interacting directly with these patients found that only 3% showed antibodies that they've had the virus. Lisa Brandenburg is the president of U Dub hospitals and clinics. I think we were very pleased by these results and what this shows is that our preparedness and the actions were taking to protect our staff and our patients are working. Staff wear mask socially distance when they can and wash their hands frequently. Hospital officials say the general public should take notice and follow suit to protect themselves and their loved ones. Kelly Blier Coma News See Tak Airport, expanding its effort to contain the virus. The story from comas Jeff Postell. Among other things, the airport is installing voluntary temperature check equipment and P P e vending machines managing director Lance Little Team. His.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Eighty six Davin and I'm told detectives will be coming for surveillance footage in the coming days also if you saw this one around valuable information on the whereabouts of the white SUV for the white sedan your courage to call to come a police sure the public schools in the Seattle teachers union have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract negotiations have been underway actually since may the teachers union has been seeking higher wages and better services for Seattle's most vulnerable students know as of last night come on who's hearing the district and the Seattle education association say they have struck a tentative agreement members of the teachers union will vote on it Tuesday first day of school by the way is set for September fourth frightening scene on the king county metro bus the driver attacked on the job one person is behind bars it happened along a roar Avenue in north Seattle the king county sheriff's office says they arrested one person for felony assault investigators say the bus driver refused aid at the scene no other details were released as Kamel's gave Colin a driver arrested after state patrol says they ran from police in a stolen car and crashed a trooper say the stolen blue BMW reaching speeds up to eighty six miles for hours a chase to down I five in Marysville police say the stop the chase after losing side of the vehicle and crashed into a car on forty First Street officials say the woman driving the car had unknown injuries the driver the stolen car was arrested a mother says she's in shock after a prank call led to police warming her home in Renton overnight Friday Michelle dole says about three AM officers rushed her and her children outside she says they told her a crisis center got a call from a man claiming to be your husband who told them he had raped and murdered his family it turned out to be a terrible prank something law enforcement calls swapping they're expecting to find the murder scene and thank god they didn't it's not a joke that's the size of the joke about these are real officers with real guns coming to a real family home you can hear the figure initial does voice there we reached out to run him police about the case but haven't heard.

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KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Up for drivers in the Kenmore area this morning. The north and southbound lanes managed river bridge a closed between one hundred seventieth and one hundred seventy fifth streets. The closure is due to a row failure during construction work along sixty eighth avenue. Northeast crews were replacing a sewer main as part of the bridge replacement project. No word when that bridge will reopen to traffic. Komo's Ryan Yamamoto Amazon is taking some heat on its climate stance. And the Heat's coming from its own workforce. That story from komo's Brian Calvert about sixteen employees shareholders want to know a lot more about what the Seattle based online. Behemoth is doing about its impact on the earth. According to the times, they filed what's called a shareholder resolution asking the company's board of directors do publicly report on how they're planning for disruptions posed by climate change. And how. Amazon is reducing its company-wide dependence on fossil fuels their beef. Amazon just isn't showing all its cards a spokesman with climate groups fifty Seattle says Amazon is the least transparent of the big tech companies. Amazon does have a goal of one hundred percent renewable energy. But the company just hasn't said winner how it intends on hitting that target. Brian Calvert, KOMO news starting to the Washington policy center. Several hundred public school employees have decided to stop making monthly payments to their union the Seattle Education Association at the state teacher's union says those numbers are bogus. We get more from komo's Carleen Johnson. Not paying dues wasn't allowed before last summer's US supreme court ruling in the Janice case before that public employees were required to make payments to the union or risk being fired. Those mandatory payments added up to about a thousand dollars a year taken from their paychecks on average were forced to pay dues to a union. Even if they didn't agree with the union Finn as the education center director at Washington policy center. They say new figures reported by the Seattle public school district. Show the number of teachers and other school employees paying the union fell sharply after the ruling after Janice decision in June. The Seattle Education Association lost about ten percent of its members about six hundred members dropped out rich would with the state teacher's union. The Debbie EA decline my request for an interview calling. This a bogus story. He says Seattle Education Association membership is higher this year than last. But he said they would not share membership numbers with me. Carleen johnson. Komo news sports next here on the KOMO morning news. It's eight thirty nine attention public. This.

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Judge blocks posting of online plans for 3D printed guns

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00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Judge blocks posting of online plans for 3D printed guns

"One, fourteen. Jay Phillips KOMO news Tuesday morning everyone if you liked yesterday you're certainly going to like today we'll cruise up until low eighties. For some of us out on the coast a bit cooler but. Still a beautiful day and less Hayes around our area just a few pockets of. That and we may not be able to see mount Ranier all. The way but it's going to be a. Gorgeous day. On tap our overnights will fall into the mid fifties very comfortable for sleeping. As we turn the corner that Wednesday into Thursday we start to drop those temperatures into the upper. Sixties to low seventies with a chance of showers from the KOMO. Weather center I'm Aaron Katersky

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Still phony valley road that due to flooding in note eta for reopening there you're next report at 1144 jay phillips komo news steve pool has the forecast everybody out you've had a great day we have a few showers out there but not heavy steady rain at this point so i guess that's a plus maybe we can get get through the commute without too many worries we're looking at overnight low temperatures tonight in the 40s mid 40s and highs tomorrow kinda mild we'll have high temperatures probably in the low to maybe even mid50s still a slight chance of some showers tomorrow but at this point doesn't look all that threatening they ago have yourself a great evening and the komo weather center i'm steve pool already seven agrees thousands of people who thought they were registered to vote may not be couple is charlie harger tells us what happens comes as a notice from the secretary of state who oversees elections in washington it's a problem affecting those who thought they were automatically registered to vote with their driver's license application department of licensing director pat colour says they've recently discovered a problem in the driver database system this affects many who for example get married and change their last name then update their licence we are the error was when he driver changed their name without with or without the address changed they received a new driver's license number and that information did not get transmitted to the secretary of the system the affected secretary state's office of scrambling be get them proper ballots by next week's election charlie harger komo news the school bus drivers remain on strike over health retirement benefits against bus contractor first student tomorrow the seattle teacher's union will join striking bus drivers rookie up here picketing and hopefully gaining support from the community the porter are back driverless can't panel with these seattle education association tells komo teachers and many classrooms had been doing what they can to help during the strike educated have becoming an early upper arm the parents can drop kids off early and get to work on time as of teachers may go on strike over this compound was to that's not what they.

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Your next report coming up at nine forty four i'm jay phillips on komo news steve pool with the forecast for everybody i hope you've had a great day we have a few showers out there but not keppy steady rain at this point so i guess at the plus maybe we can get get through the commute without too many worries were looking at overnight low temperatures tonight in the 40s mid 40s and highs tomorrow mild we'll have high temperatures probably in the low to maybe even mid 50s still a slight chance of some showers tomorrow but at this point doesn't look all that threatening they go have yourself a great evening and a couple of weather center i'm steve pool sour forty seven degrees thousands of people who thought they were registered to vote may not be komos charlie harger tells us what happened his comes as a notice from the secretary of state who oversees elections in washington it's a problem affecting those who thought they were automatically registered to vote with their driver's license application department of licensing director pat colour says they've recently discovered a problem in the driver database system this affects many who for example get married and change their last name then update their licence salary caused of the error with winnie fiber changed their name without with or without the address changed they receive they new driver's license number and that information did not get transmitted to the secretary of this seven thousand who may be affected secretary of state's office of scrambling to get them proper ballots by next week's election charlie harger komo news the school bus drivers remain on strike over health and retirement benefits against bus contractor for students tomorrow the seattle teacher's union will join striking bus drivers we'll be out there picketing and hopefully gaining support from the community the porter are best driver villas compatible with these seattle education association tells komo teachers in many classrooms had been doing what they can to help during the strike educated have been coming in early program two so parents can drop kids off early and get to work on time as did teachers may go on strike over this composite that's not what they want to do but it has been considered hundreds of diesel truck drivers walked out of work today at the ports of seattle and tacoma to voice their concern of a looming emissions deadline goma's patrick cleanse cleanses nearly half the fleet doesn't comply with the nation standard overflowing out of their seatac conference room hundreds of diesel truck drivers hoped for relief i deadline extension to comply with.

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KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Benefits for contractor first student phyllis campano with these seattle education association tells komo teachers will join striking bus drivers after a half day of classes tomorrow the question is would teachers walkout and joined the strike to show support for the bus drivers can panos as they considered a nobody ever really went on strike g explain at this point it's the bus company for student who is on a look for any finds that could be issued for missed routes we got or hidden carpet behind her to really how picone area if we kirk the panel says some teachers have been coming to work early so parents can drop their kids off a little early and get to work on time workers at hanford have reported smelling us suspicious odor the five workers reported the smell monday afternoon but declined to precautionary medical exam workers were told to leave the area and plans were made to collect air samples answered workers where air respirators for most work inside the fence lines of the sites tank farms but the area where the workers were on monday does not require them to wear the respirators komo news time 834 aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's dustin richie cakes rather quiet around the seattle metro area on area freeways highway nine though is closed both directions plan arlington and lake mcmurray two landslides mostly clear skies in the mountains no restrictions tonight overseas even snoqualmie white passes in a reminder that for tomorrow morning commute the north wind senator train service is cancelled due to the third landslide in a week between seattle and effort extra part of the forty four i'm dustin richie on koa news steve pool where the forecast everybody i hope you've had a great day have a few showers out there but not heavy steady rain at this point so i guess that's a plus maybe we can get get through the commute without too many worries we're looking at overnight low temperatures tonight in the 40s mid 40s and highs tomorrow kind of mild we'll have high temperatures probably in the low to maybe even mid50s still a slight chance of some showers tomorrow but at this point doesn't look all that threatening they ago have yourself a great evening and a couple of weather center i'm steve pool czar it's forty eight degrees of flooding tonight in skagit county while.

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KOMO

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Four on dustin richie on komo news steve pool with the forecast everybody i hope you've had a great day we have a few showers out there but not kevi steady rain at this point so i guess that's a plus maybe we can get get through the commute without too many worries we're looking at overnight low temperatures tonight in the 40s mid 40s and highs tomorrow kind of mild we'll have high temperatures probably in the low to maybe even made 50s still a slight chance of some showers tomorrow but at this point doesn't look all that threatening they ago have yourself a great evening and a couple of weather center i'm steve pool bizarre forty eight degrees thousands of people who thought they were registered to vote may not be komos charlie harger tells us what happens comes as a notice from the secretary of state who oversees elections in washington it's a problem affecting those who thought they were automatically registered to vote with their driver's license application department of licensing director pat colour says they've recently discovered a problem in the driver database system this affects many who for example get married and change their last name then update their licence we are the airwaves driver changed their name without with or without the address changed they received a new driver's license number and that information did not get transmitted to the state's um two seven thousand who may be affected secretary state's office of scrambling to get them proper ballots by next week selection charlie harger komo news yale school bus drivers remain on strike over health and retirement benefits against bus contractor for student tomorrow these gentle teacher's union will join striking bus drivers will be out there picketing and hopefully gaining support from the community the porter are bus driver phyllis campana with these seattle education association tells komo teachers and many classrooms said been doing what they can to help during the strike educated have been coming in early up to the parents can gop kicked off early and get to work on time as to teachers may go on strike over this campana said that's not what they wanted to do but it has been considered hundreds of diesel truck drivers walked out of work today at the ports of seattle and tacoma voiced their concern of a looming emissions deadline comas patrick lenses nearly half the fleet doesn't comply with nation standard are flowing out of their seatac conference room hundreds of diesel truck drivers hoped for relief i deadline extension.

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KOMO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"With seattle bus drivers on the picket line instead of taking kids to and from school latest now from komo's carleen johnson more than seventy drivers cross the picket line again today according to first student they went to work serving one hundred forty routes out of the roughly four hundred they would serve on a normal day kim mingle with for a student says it's been hard on those drivers who are coming to work error have crack or driver arm rock her our inappropriate calling our which is again unfortunate because in the end you know we all work together we need fleming is with the teamsters union representing the striking drivers she's urging parents to call the district to pressure in favour of those bus drivers were definitely poke the pathetic family are going through the depart all of us and we hope that those families book he took understand and support the fight that these drivers are fighting carleen johnson komo news zillow's campano with the seattle education association the teachers' union tells komo teachers will join striking bus drivers after a halfday of classes tomorrow tomorrow is a scheduled half day question is what teachers walk out in joined the strike to show support for bus drivers glenda's nc considered it nobody ever really want to go on strike she explained at this point is the bus company first student who's on the hook for any finds that could the issued for miss routes we dot org than first student doesn't get fine so does there truly help the teamsters if we if we close schools she says and teachers has been coming to work early so peres can drop their kids off a little early to get to work on time local twentyeightyearold volunteer basketball coach is accused of filming to high school athletes well changing king county prosecutors aid bridgen raja is charged with two counts of firstdegree voyeurism he was girls basketball coach egg kirkland seventh day adventist school seattle be i dot com reports videos her down on a school issued ipad the principle of the school reported the incident at kirkland police last week komo news time is 1204 aaa traffic every ten minutes first on the force good afternoon care good afternoon we're looking at a fantastic dry right now no crashes news the also be getting in your way most of our roads are moving right along at the.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the seattle school bus drivers strike and there were no scheduled contract talks between the union and the company they work fourth first we'll get the update from komo's carleen johnson the bus drivers strike has families once again in a pickle today with students who normally ride a yellow bus out of luck yesterday the seattle times reports the district urged the two sides to find middle ground and settled the dispute but tomorrow the teachers you in could step into the fray phyllis kampala with the seattle education association says after school wednesday we'll do a walk out and eric have i bet we will pick it up at for the afternoon the bus company for students says they've offered incentives of additional pay guaranteed hours and lunch for drivers have crossed the picket line yesterday about seventy of them did that families of special education students who choose to drive to school or being reimbursed for mileage but attendance has been down as some families clearly don't have a way to get their kids to school carleen johnson komo news sarobi everett area spend more time stuck in traffic than anyone else in the nation that's according to some new data from a global traffic scorecard commals corwin hate takes a closer look the new information likely comes as no surprise to drivers who braved the peak morning commute from snohomish county into seattle how state's own department of transportation says to be sure of making it from ever to seattle at peak times you'd better budget ninety four minutes now a global traffic scorecard prepared by kirkland based in rigs finds ever it is bogged down in peak congestion twenty eight percent of the time highest in the country john nesbitt with the state transportation department tells of state senate panel clogged carpool lanes are not performing up to state and federal standard six being increased travel demand to put pressure on hov systems as congestion is increased violations than hov lane of increased as well i d as four improving performance include greater st patrol enforcement of hov violators another idea according to the everett herald is to allow buses on free way shoulders corwin haeck komo news coming up on makombe all morning news home price records in january i'm brian calvert and where the nation's hottest housing market for fifteen months straight 705 that stein for.

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"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"The evidence mounts on one side of the other either the the fbi has allowed itself to become political which will be apparent as we look at the evidence or the president's supporters the pushback too hard and the fbi soon their job being accused main political i trust the american people make that decision but seattle's novi zhumaly and msnbc contributor and former counter intelligence operative for the fbi says he fears the metal may have reveal classified information when you look at this memo that there's a lot of stuff there that mean pure innocuous that may appear that has no meeting but i guarantee it the rush intelligence has courts through this metal looking for any detail that could perhaps perhaps indicate either forces and that there's a push to release a democratic rebuttal to the republican memo wilbur says he's fine with add jamali says it should remain classified school bus drivers in seattle were still on the picket line for a second day to day leaving families figure out how to get to and from school on their own almost carleen johnson talk with teacher's union foresee seattle schools threatening the joined the walkout next week for student tells komo sixty bus drivers cross the picket line to go to work today fifty dead yesterday sam jeffries is with first student island people out pride and got right ear air anchor add any here errative emily now the cutthroat make but you know they have to make considerations uh for their own families and now seattle teachers or telling calm all of it they may joined striking drivers on the picket line phyllis kampala was with the seattle education association she says after a planned half day next wednesday if the bus drivers are still off the job bell joined the pick it never really want to strike be you know we walk in the classroom learning but it an issue of the times right now bauer everybody having healthcare and especially healthcare but also care retirement those are the main issues over benefits for students says they have offered what they believed to be a very fair package of increased benefits carleen johnson komo news police in kirkland are investigating.

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"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"The investigation of his presidential campaign was fatally flawed conservatives are happy that memo was released kirby wilbur is a host on our partner station caveat i i think you cross the line when the evidence mounts on one side of the other either the the fbi has allowed so through become political which will be apparent as we look at the evidence or the president's supporters the pushback too hard and the fbi soon their job being accused me and political i trust the american people make that decision but seattle's novi jamali and msnbc contributor and former counter intelligence operative four the fbi says he fair fears the mental may have revealed classified information that when you look at this memo that there's a lot of stuff that that made pure innocuous that may appear that has no meeting but i guarantee it the rush intelligence has poor through this metal as looking for any detail that could perhaps perhaps indicate either sources and methods there's a push to release the democratic rebuttal to the republican memola and wilbur says he's fine with aj mali's says it should remain classified school bus drivers in seattle were still on the picket line for second day to day leaving families to figure out how to get to and from school on their own komos carleen johnson talked with the teachers' union for seattle rules threatening to join the walkout next week first student tells komo sixty bus drivers cross the picket line to go to work today fifty did yesterday sam jeffries is with for student i mean people out in a job you and i think we're happy to any eu that families who depend on now mavi the cutthroat make but make consideration for their own family and now seattle teachers are telling calm that they may join striking drivers on the picket line phyllis kampala was with the seattle education association she says after a planned half day next wednesday if the bus drivers are still off the job bell joined the pick it never really wanna strike because you know we want to get in the classroom learning by it an issue of the of the times right now our everybody having healthcare in especially healthcare but uplift the care retirement those are.

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"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Join the walkout next week first student tells komo sixty bus drivers crossed the picket line to go to work today fifty did yesterday sam jeffries is with for student people out pride and in god and i think they were happy in their family who depend on them the cutthroat make but but make federate for their own family and now seattle teachers are telling komal that they may join striking drivers on the picket line phyllis kampala was with the seattle education association she says after a planned halfday next wednesday if the bus drivers are still off the job fell joined the picket never really want to strike because we want to keep in the classroom learning by it an issue of the times right now our everybody having healthcare and especially healthcare but also hear retirement those are the main issues over benefits for students as they have offered what they believed to be a very fair package of increased benefits carleen johnson komo news komo news time 204 aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's watching the roads were you this busy friday's kira jordan barrett let's start with them very good news yes crash that has just brought everything to a halted tacoma southbound i 5 perch that coming up cleared it's gone it's out of our two left lanes all lanes are back up with yes but we are now struggling as you make your way out of federal way all the way down to the sea in this crash it still about an hour and ten minutes to go from federal way to tacoma now north bend i 5 northbound highway 16 were still working on a crash blocking two left lanes there we have that plus the earlier distraction of the tetum crash and that's lucky dragging from 72nd so because of this we're still seeing delays on eastbound 512 out of parkland up eastbound sixteen is heavy from union to i5 southbound 167 is really hitting the brakes from auburn all the way toward the sumner area so a lot of work still to do but at least those lanes have been cleared southbound i 5 approaching the tacoma dome south and i've i've also with scattered slowing from 522 the west seattle bridge and southbound 405 with scattered slowing from i ninety to one six seven that drive for bellied rat and taking you thirty minutes your next report's at 1214 i'm kiera jordan.

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"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"A reporter were hit by a drunk driver who is in the wrong lane on state route twenty six nfl al franken us and patrick quinn say the driver hit them head on and then took off adams county deputy luckily saw what happened he did a uturn and chased the suspect the trooper says the driver's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit is now in custody in thankfully out of all of this nobody was hurt that aren't shooter critical injuries not deaths is sustained during it fallers wilkins riverfront park outdoor ice skating rink companies real receiving story yesterday's repressed release from the seduced will can and should the woman had been killed in reiterated no it was only critical injuries thank goodness seaport officials say in a statement that the person sustained injuries during a fall is what is the new ice ribbon area of the venues quite popular this year was first opened in december again early reports released saturday the young skater did not die critical injuries is a current status teachers from seattle public schools of agreed to walk out and solidarity of the eu district bus drivers go on strike ninety three percent of members of the seattle education association voted to support a monday afternoon strike if the drivers hit the picket lines for an extended period of time earlier this month the drivers union rejected a new contract offer from first student in his hinted at a walkout drivers staged if you might recall that one day strike back in november warning for parents in the northshore school district kenmore elementary alerting families a man tried to lure a student at a busstop early thursday this was at sixty thousand northeastern 198 in student told a school officials in the man told her to come here he was in a white truck with a trailer the young girl ran and found a place to hide she says than the man got out of the truck to look for her before he drove off school officials say they will have security at that bus stop tomorrow morning koa news time now five ten this good latest on the nfl playoff activities we are two points away from superbowl fifty two the in minneapolis this.

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"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"In the north part of magnolia and ballard and show last night because of a power outage that occurred at about nine thirty last night in overnight there was a fire that broke out at a broad street substation on sixth avenue that was just before two a m seattle fire quickly got out to the flames there in the fire was related to an earlier outage seattle city light's his while they worked repair that original outage about nine thirty four circuit breakers crypt out causing a cascading effect in an even larger outage and contributed somehow two that substation with the fire at one point more than twelve thousand customers were in the dark most of the power we're hearing now as been restored as if seven a m this morning teacher from seattle public schools have agreed to walk out in solidarity if the district bus drivers go on strike ninety three percent of members of the seattle education association voted to support a one day afternoon strike the drivers at the picket lines for an extended period of time it was earlier this month the driver's union rejected a new contract offer from first dutin and has hinted at a walkout drivers staged a oneday strike if you recall back in november busy time in seattle you majer thousands of people expected and they are there gathering for a woman's march of cal anderson park there now on their moved to come up through the city to west lake and eventually to the seattle center seattle police say they have extra patrols out help keep things peaceful well komo news has learned there was at least one arrest because of a confrontation account anderson part with the of boat anti protester apparently had some words with a seattle police meant we can update here in traffic and john nelson just moments from now silage spoke volumes as hundreds crowded around the cougar statue last night at martin stadium and paul men an hour long vigil for quarterback tyler alinsky was attended by students friends and.

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"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seattle education association" Discussed on KOMO

"Specific lead was the governor's signing off on a capital budget polite to shake the leaders the house the senate for making this a priority in this short session in delivering this muchneeded jobs bill to my desk for cigarettes signature in italy says the budget will put thousands of people to work in hundreds of projects across the state low neil komo news a man accused of running a fake porn business in order to have sex with women has been sentenced to thirty four months behind bars a judge in seattle sentence mac hickey to the maximum sentence at four months longer than what the prosecution actually asked for prosecutors said he used a fake facebook account to trick women into a letting him photograph them and teachers from seattle public schools have agreed to walk out in solidarity if drivers in the district go on strike ninetythree percent of members of the seattle education association voted to support a one day afternoon strike if drivers at the picket lines for an additional period of time earlier this month the drivers union rejected a new contract from first union and has hidden they will have a walkout it's thirty four past the hour komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's below collisions no of lockers traffic moving at the legal limit heated sounds area meanwhile seattle fire crews killing of a large choir response in the three hundred block of six th avenue north still a lot of fire another emergency aid vehicles on the scene that's been going on for quite a while no word on how long it's going to be before that is finally cleared up meanwhile in seattle offers avenue northbound between south king and yes or way closed for some road work and mercer island i ninety eastbound at island crest way we have some construction with the hov off ramp closed and coming up here in a little less than half an hour now we have another project stayed route five 20 westbound crews will be doing mobile lane closures between the floating bridge in i5 starts started four goes until about nine o'clock your next report at.

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