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"And sunday just fitting as we flip the calendar to october in the como four weather center meteorologist christine clark temperature 59 downtown we have rain falling here at elliot bay outside our studios it is six at northwest news radio pierce county deputies believe a driver hit a man in parkland and then kept going como force michelle esteban has more on what investigators believe was a deliberate act a witness saw it all and nine called one one she described how the driver allegedly left the road crossed the fog line went over the curb kept and going right at the victim a 51 year old homeless man who was walking his bike i know looks like it may be delivered or i know you believe it may be delivered that could have been a distracted driver based on the witness statement that's really driving us to investigate as a homicide because the last thing we want to do is not elevate it and make investigation a higher priority sergeant darren ma said there was no confrontation prior to the hit and run sheriff's deputies have gone door to door business to business searching for clues it's how they found video of the affected some damage on the front end of that vehicle as well this is the first step in us bringing justice to this victim in this whole thing michelle esteban como news now the single juror has been chosen yet in the trial of three takoma police officers charged in the death of manny ellis the news tribune reports the selection process began last week with attorneys questioning sixty four pierce county residents about their exposure to the case their attitudes toward law enforcement and more sixteen people including alternates must be in panel before opening statements can begin that trial is expected to last about two months the pierce county sheriff's office is criticizing court decisions to release violent offenders with no bail required sheriff ed truer approved a facebook post blasting last month's no bail release of a twenty seven -year -old woman she was accused of stealing a car at one point and leading deputies on a chase that ended with two deputies being hurt the news tribune reports prosecutors requested a high bail but the superior court commissioner who makes bail decisions not the judge released the ordering woman no bail in this particular case and the news tribune also reports woman did that not show up for court on august thirty -first truer posted people are getting out of jail the next day before deputies even are out of the hospital and it's frustrating twenty eight percent of households in washington state lack the income to meet their basic needs that's according to the latest edition of a long -running university of washington study here's northwest news radios corwin hake the exhaustive academic report finds six hundred sixty nine thousand one hundred thirty eight working age households statewide are struggling to make ends meet the study conducted by the udub school social of work center for women's welfare is based on what's called the washington state self -sufficiency standard which tracks the costs of housing childcare healthcare transportation and miscellaneous expenses and also takes into account taxes and tax credits according to the study over twenty seven percent of the state's struggling households live in king county the city also finds income inadequacy is growing from twenty two percent of washington households in twenty nineteen to twenty eight percent today corwin hake northwest newsradio family that fell behind on rent when the parents lost jobs their now faces eviction this week a tenant rights group says that's why the city needs new protections for renters in seattle and como force joel marino reports on how voters could change the playing field come this november lakeside landing apartments has been home to kathy pick her husband kevin in their fourteen -year -old son but now it could be evicted on thursday so it looks bleak for us it looks really bleak pick as says her husband her lost his job and she too was out of work last year but both have since been able to turn it around which a includes substitute teaching position for her in the takoma school district the apartment complex property manager plan set up but a repayment the pics didn't make the rent in august we missed this payment because we had the unfortunate choice of having to buy groceries a ballot measure called initiative one will go before voters this november that would give tenants more notice for rent increases require relocation assistance if rent up goes more than five percent and ban evictions of students and educators during the school year though such protections won't help kathy pics family at this point putting a stop on those evictions would give kathy and kevin the chance to get just back on track they both have good jobs now they're employed they're ready to go forward go marino como news and northwest news time two forty the dogs could face a new cat's quarterback in 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"7. Stay connected. Stay informed. Good afternoon. 12 31 from the Northwest 24 hour News Center. I'm Jeff Poggio. Here's what we're following. Health officials in King County contract contacting more than 100 people from Kent Ridge High School who need to be evaluated for tuberculosis. This after being in close contact who with has someone the disease. Northwest News Radio's Carlene Johnson has more. It is not clear if this is a student or staff member with active TB. But the health department in a facebook post says 135 people are being contacted based on the time spent exposed to the diagnosed person within an indoor space. That exposure happened between March and September of this year. Now, tuberculosis is spread through coughing and sneezing, but is less less likely to spread than the colder flu. If those being contacted are diagnosed with latent tuberculosis, having no symptoms, they could have treatment recommended in order to not develop an active case in the future. Last year, there were 111 cases of active TB and four deaths related to the infectious disease in King County. Carleen Johnson, Northwest News Radio. Seattle Children's Hospital is getting $240 in federal grant money. A new report by the National Institutes of Health says the hospital will receive the money to help with online interactive sexual education tools. The tool will be intended for use by transgender and gender expansive youth. Researchers hope the tool will help mitigate sexually transmitted infections, sexual risk behaviors, violence exposures and other health outcomes. The hospital will also collect data on partner communication, risky sexual behaviors and social support. That's for is Holly Menino. Pierce County deputies believe a driver hit a man in Parkland that kept on going. Coming forward, Michelle Esteban has more on what investigators believe was a deliberate act. A witness saw it all and called 911. she described how the driver allegedly left the road, crossed the fog line, went over the curb and kept going right at the victim, a 51 year old homeless man who was walking his bike. I know it looks like it may be deliberate or I know you believe it may be deliberate, but could it have been a distracted driver? Based on the witness statement that's really driving us to investigate it as a homicide because the last thing we want to do is not elevate it and make this investigation a higher priority. Sergeant Darren Moss said there was no confrontation prior to the hit and run. Sheriff's have deputies gone door to door, business to business searching for clues. It's how they found video of the suspected Tahoe. We're just looking for anybody that might know where this vehicle might have gone to. It should have some damage on the front end that of vehicle as well. This is the first step in us bringing justice to Michelle Dude, every 10 minutes on the fours in the high performance homes, traffic center. Here's Kimmy Klein. Well, I've been looking on the east side on the cameras to I see could find if anything blocking on southbound 405 around northeast 44th. I can't, but it is slow from factorial to that point taking is drivers about 22 minutes still from Bellevue to Renton doing a lot better across west 90 now that an earlier accident at Rainier Avenue is all clear to the shoulder. But north on I -5 is a little slow into Seattle starting around the Michigan curve towards I -90. Southbound 5 is seeing some extra crowds between Northgate and the Ship Canal Bridge and a little bit more near the stadiums as well. Lake City Way is still closed in both directions between 145th and 149th for a police investigation. Also in Everett I'm hearing of a stalled vehicle on the northbound I -5 exit to 41st that's partially blocking. This report sponsored by the Washington State Department of Health. Updated COVID vaccines are available now and will maximize your protection against the latest strains. Schedule your appointment today a message from the Washington State Department of Health. Your next Northwest traffic at 1244. Forecast sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services. Here's Kristin Clark. The gusty winds, heavy rains slowly subsiding throughout the afternoon.
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"Man was injured in a shooting on State Highway 529 investigators say shot he was on the bridge while biking from Marysville to Everett. He managed to get to Providence Medical Center for treatment police were notified about two hours later no word yet what led to the shooting. A local couple say they were victims of what's known as a staged car crash. Tony and Elizabeth said when it happened to them they thought the crash was suspicious so went to they a nearby gas station before pulling over. That's when they say three people in ski mask approached them but they spit off when those people got out of the car. They know they know what's right and they know what's wrong. If you're defenseless and criminals the don't care about the law they're the ones with the guns. Police say the suspects fit the description of multiple recent cases where carjackers will intentionally crash into other cars then steal them. Street racing is again in one Tacoma neighborhood. Comer Forest's Lanann Wint spoke to people about the dangerous stunts. This north neighborhood end is typically pretty quiet but last Saturday night neighbors say it was anything but. Definitely loud I was up at that point but if you weren't up you're woken up from all that. Neighbors near the corner of North 33rd Street and North Gove Street say it appeared be to a large coordinated event with dozens of people and drones documenting the street stunts. was It really quick so so we were all surprised that these guys showed up 50 60 cars of spectators within 10 minutes. Tacoma police were called to the scene and eventually moved the cars along. The police cars actually sat for between 10 minutes and 15 minutes just with their sirens on just kind of slowly moving from a couple intersections up but it didn't affect the racers they just kept doing their things. Tacoma police say state law does not allow them to pursue people for this type of lower level crime which is often just a misdemeanor or traffic citation. So with the public in safety mind, officers chose to disperse the crowd and get people to move along without escalating the situation. Something is a change. Change the laws. Reporting in Tacoma, Leanne Nguyen, Como News. The Tacoma medical parameters tried to identify a man who died after he was electrocuted while trying to break into a business. First responders the man say was barely alive when they found him along South 23rd Street on Saturday. Sergeant Darren Pierce County Sheriff's Department. A lot of times we don't see crooks that are well thought out in their planning. They have some half -cooked scheme and they think that they'll just do this and everything will out work and most of the time that's not the case. The man died from his injuries on the way to the hospital. average Police say there's been an increase in the number of drug -related arrests in the city as they continue to crack down on drug use. Since July, Everett officers say they've made 84 drug -related arrests and 13 others were given a citation and released. So far this month there been 19 bookings and two citations. Everett PD credits the rise in arrests due to increased patrols. Dress passing and public drug use have been the most common citations given out by Everett officers on these patrols. In July a new state law went into effect making it a gross misdemeanor to possess a controlled substance public in places as well as public use. It's now 438. A year ago the U .S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade to mark the day hundreds gathered at Seattle's Volunteer Park on Sunday to emphasize woman's a right to choose. Access Walk Seattle founder Jeffrey Piatt says the walk was to ensure everyone has access to reproductive healthcare. We know that underserved communities, people of color, transgender people are most affected by these laws and we're trying to combat that. You said the event raised $80 ,000 all the proceeds will go to Cedar River Clinics. Police are investigating what led to a car going through the railing on the fourth floor of a Seattle parking garage on Saturday. It happened in the parking garage across from Pier 66 on Alaskan Way. The Seattle Fire Department says the car landed down upside on the railroad tracks below but the woman at the wheel was out of her vehicle by the time firefighters arrived. She was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. It's now 439. Construction will begin next year turn to to come on to what's being called a lifestyle village. Business owners like Atomic Comics owner Shane Zeimer hope will revitalize the area and boost business. It's been the biggest shopping center in Pierce County forever but adding to it and reinvigorating it, reminding people that it and they're exists doing something and fresh and new just adds an energy and more people want to be part of that. Tacoma officials say the lifestyle new village will have two buildings with nine retail spaces and a third building that was listed as drive -thru. It is now 4 .40 and time to check the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk and a blocker rush for 97 yards and two second -half touchdowns as the Seahawks beat the visiting Carolina Panthers at 37 to 27. Kino Smith moved to 291 yards and a touchdown. DK Metcalf had six catches for 112 yards and says they knew
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"To stop uh... the rising greenhouse gases the paper could affect policy in that realm according to the u -dub the research allows a formal assessment of how future proposed actions could impact polar bears corwin hake northwest newsradio the number of age overdose deaths has risen five -fold from pre -pandemic times to now in to now in king county como forest in the swedish are explains how local school districts are working to stop overdoses before they can claim more young lives grabs some dark and mark and and uh... an antidote to fentanyl overdoses that's free w schools is superintendent doctor kelly are mocking tackling the fentanyl crisis head -on after two high school students survived fentanyl overdose which we have heard came from fentanyl -laced vape pens that's a big part part of the message experts want delivered sentinel could be in any drug any medication that did not come directly from a pharmacist or doctor is being founded in pretty much anything and and if you have that medicine on your own uh... you can save somebody's life that's why the bellevue school district now stocks and in every one of its schools elementary on apple can have available in our central offices as well for or you know any visitors right who might come to see just like i said you just never know in this in less than a week for new elementary schools are set to open their doors in seattle made possible by the twenty nineteen footer a voter approved capital levy city welcome the new and expanded elementary schools with the ribbon -cutting ceremony among these new schools james baldwin elementary school is northgate elementary the school was renamed james baldwin elementary after an activist as an and author who fought for social justice and the right to express the new school year in seattle starts next wednesday that's coma forest marinam a woman accused of stealing a car and assaulting sheriff's deputies is now out of jail coma forest jackie can't report the pierce county sheriff's deputy lapel videos started rolling when their suspect jumped from one stolen car to another deputies tried stopping her but she threw the car into reverse screaming frantically both doors were open struck both of our deputies and kind of knocks him out of the way and then she takes off luckily the deputies were not seriously hurt another nearby deputy followed her to a parking lot on northbound canyon road where they say she rolled out of the stolen car which then smashed into a tree after a short foot chase deputies put the 27 year old in cuffs and found a gun in the crunched up car in court wednesday the suspect pleaded guilty not the prosecuting attorney's office asked bail be set at seventy five thousand dollars but the superior court commissioner let her walk before trial sergeant darren moss is frustrated by the lack of accountability and the message that sends to criminals because it makes our job even more dangerous if people feel assaulting an officer jackie catch come on news truth be told most of us procrastinate when it comes to retirement planning all right we're going to head over to sports the first place mariners try to take a bite out of the big apple bill swartz has beacon plumbing sports update for the first time in twenty years seattle begins a month of september leading the american league west tied
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"Connected stay informed good afternoon it's 12 31 i'm taylor van sice now our top stories from our 24 7 news center five people smashed their way into a buckley pot shop early this morning and police say it was done with a stolen kia like seen we've in other incidents they broke through the front doors of the green door marijuana store along state route 410 they then ditched the kia took off in a different vehicle described only as being white no word yet if the suspects were actually able to get off with any product or cash a woman accused of stealing a car and assaulting deputies is now out of jail como force jackie cant reports the pierce county sheriff's deputy lapel videos started rolling when their suspect jumped from one stolen car to another deputies tried stopping her but she threw the car into reverse screaming frantically both doors were open struck both of our deputies and kind of knocks them out of the way and then she takes off luckily the deputies were not seriously hurt another nearby deputy followed her to a parking lot on northbound canyon road where they say she rolled out of the stolen car which then smashed into a tree after a short foot chase get on the ground deputies put the 27 year old in cuffs and found a gun in the crunched up car in court Wednesday the suspect pleaded not guilty the prosecuting attorney's office asked bail be set at $75 dollars but the superior court commissioner let her walk before trial sergeant darren moss lack of accountability and the message that sends to criminals because it makes our job even more dangerous if people feel there's no consequence to assaulting an officer jackie kent come on news the number of teenage overdose deaths has it's been on the rise five fold it's gone up from pre -pandemic numbers in king county como force denise whitaker explains how local school districts are working to stop overdoses narcan is an uh an antidote to fentanyl overdoses that's free bellevue schools superintendent dr kelly aramaki tackling the fentanyl crisis head on after two high school students survived a fentanyl overdose which we have heard came from fentanyl -laced vape pence that's a big part of the message experts want delivered fentanyl could be in any drug any medication that did not come directly from a pharmacist or doctor it's being found in pretty much anything and if you have that medicine on you um you could save somebody's life that's why the school district now stocks narcan in every one of its schools elementary on up we're going to have uh available in our central offices as well for you know any visitors right who might come because you just like i said you just never know in lv janice whitaker como news coming up the ice is cracking and the ground is moving i'm geologists are seeing in whatcom county 1234 traffic every 10 that's minutes on the floors from the high performance homes traffic center here's kimmy klein in shoreline we still have a on south on i -5 and northeast 145th blocking your left lane so it's adding pressure south of 175th that scene but it's going to stay slow all the way into downtown seattle it's the first day of packs at the convention center so there's a lot of crowds headed that today way north of i -5 is also still a little bit extra heavy right around the michigan curve and again north of the u -district past north gate where an earlier accident also cleared i'm noticing traffic fill in on both directions of 405 around state route 527 and on 405 in either direction around factoria and parts of downtown bellevue there is a new incident in federal way on westbound 18 year warehouser i'm not sure if it's blocking but i see a bunch of trucks uh off in the gore point so it's starting slow to things getting up that hill towards federal way also in the kent east hill we have some power lines down are that fully blocking it sounds like 101st avenue southeast at 256th street so police are directing traffic traffic around that spot and if you're trying to get through the south sound of course that is getting busier south and i -5 all along passing the main gate and then again as you head south of marvin road towards highway 101 this report sponsored by wendy's breakfast breakfast two for three dollars biggie bundles with wendy's new breakfast two for three dollars biggie bundles you can choose the pair you want limited time only during breakfast hours us price of participation may vary not valid in the combo single item at regular price northwest traffic at twelve forty four forecast now sponsored by northwest crawlspace services here's comal for meteorologist kristen clark can't mirror on mount rainier had a dusting
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"A woman who assaulted deputies after stealing a car escape to arrest is now out of jail. Como 4's Jackie Kent spoke with the Pierce County Sheriff's Department who it's says frustrating and puts their deputies in danger. The Pierce County Sheriff's Deputy lapel video started rolling their when suspect jumped from one stolen car to another. Deputies tried stopping her but she threw the car into reverse screaming frantically. Both doors were open struck both our of deputies and kind of knocks them out of the way and then she takes off. Luckily the deputies were not seriously hurt. Another nearby deputy followed her to a parking lot on northbound Canyon Road where they say she rolled out out of the stolen car which then smashed into a tree. After a short foot chase Deputies put the 27 year old in cuffs and found a gun in the crunched up car. In court Wednesday the suspect the suspect pleaded not guilty. The prosecuting attorney's office asked bail be set at $75 But the Superior Court Commissioner let her walk before trial. Sergeant Darren Moss is frustrated by the lack of accountability and the message that sends to criminals. Because it makes our job even more dangerous if people feel there's no consequence to assaulting an officer. Jackie Kent, Como News. Some Woodinville residents dealt with power outages after copper wire thieves struck early this morning. Como 4's Karina Vargas has the latest. Some of those power lines still are knocked down and crews were here earlier trying to secure them. The business manager in front of it where all happened, said that he's heard of thieves targeting the telephone poles. Now officials with Zippley Fiber, an Internet phone and company, said in the month of August they reported for a dozen incidents of vandalism to the telephone and Internet cables like this one here in Woodinville. Ryan Luckin with Zippley Fiber said thieves are allegedly targeting copper the wiring and cutting them down. Luckin said that every time these wires are cut, residents lose cell phone service, Internet and access to 911. The general manager at Matthews Winery in Woodinville said that their business was greatly impacted and lost power for most of the day. He adds that it's frustrating that these incidents are happening and said that it's important for everyone to keep an eye out. If they see something say something. I think it's important that we're this all a and part of so when old neighborhoods are knocked out or businesses are affected, it's a real impact. Reporting in Woodinville, Karina Vargas, KOMO News. Life -altering injuries and allegations of neglect are at the center of a multi million dollar settlement involving a Seattle climbing gym. Northwest News Radio's John Lobertini reports. Lawyers say a defective pulley device called an auto belay led to this accident and others worldwide. What he did was he took old parts that had been basically abandoned by the prior manufacturer. Lead attorney Darrell Cochran says the new devices were created with defective parts left behind by a company that went out of business over safety issues. repurpose them started creating his own product the guy had no background in engineering of any kind he just worked on the line of the old corporation the company c3 manufacturing out of Colorado and Seattle's vertical world agreed to pay a six million dollar settlement to a man who suffered a list of injuries almost too long to mention he was up at about 50 feet starting his descent the brake system failed and it plummeted and that was August of 2019 we're told the unidentified climbers suffered pelvic 12 fractures a bladder laceration a traumatic brain injury and lung damage John Lobertini, Northwest News Radio. More than 400 workers in Bellevue are among the 5 ,000 T -Mobile employees scheduled be to laid off by the end of September the company cites acquisition and consumer competition costs as the reason but labor and employment professor John Logan says T -Mobile didn't do a good job of managing its 2019 Berger was sprint. growing very quickly during that period not properly connecting the two businesses and then dealing with the fallout from the pandemic I think it's the combination of those things T -Mobile joins a list of Washington tech companies that have laid off employees recent in months over concerns about a recession if you plan to travel for the Labor Day holiday weekend be prepared for big crowds by sea land and air Washington State Ferries project a surge of nearly 400 ,000 people between today and the day after Labor Day prepare for long lines and wait times if you hit the road traffic eastbound on 90 I between North Bend is expected to be very heavy on Friday between 10 a .m. and 7 p .m. look for westbound traffic on I 90 to be congested from 9 a .m. to 7 p .m. on Monday and if you plan to head to Canada on i -5 northbound look for the biggest backups between 1 p .m. and 6 p .m. for air travel the busiest day is expected to be Monday Labor Day with 190 ,000 travelers departing arriving or connecting through Airport. 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"If you want a lump sum before taxes. You're listening to ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 7. Stay connected, stay informed. Well, we're still here, so definitely not winning the ticket on this coast. Oh, well, next time. It is 502 on this ninth day of August, and temperature our in downtown Seattle is 64 degrees. Along with Brian Calvert, I'm Amanda Factor, and here's what's happening. Topping on news this morning. A man is dead after a shooting involving Tacoma police. This happened yesterday afternoon near 94th South and D Street, and we get details from Como Force Hannah Knowles. None of the officers involved in this incident were hurt. However, neighbors say the man has been causing problems for several days now and want to know why it took police so to long get involved. I know multiple people in the neighborhood have made phone calls. I don't understand why this issue number one took so long to resolve. Ash White lives around the corner from the home. Officials say the man involved the in shooting lived. I was watching out my front window and I heard the police officer on the intercom say something along the lines of, sir, you're under arrest. Please put the gun down. Sergeant Darren Moss with the Pierce County Sheriff's Department says the initial call to Tacoma PD came in around 3 10 in the afternoon. They did respond for a call of a person armed with a firearm. There was an assault that occurred, and then there was a shooting involving Tacoma police officer. The Tacoma police officers involved have been placed on administrative leave as the Pierce County Sheriff's Department starts their investigation. That man has not been identified. A soon to expire Seattle Police labor contract is up for renegotiation. A process that could affect how police leadership is held accountable. Northwest News radio's Haake Corwin explains Seattle Police Management Association S. P. M. A. Representing 94 police detectives and captains is entering into contract negotiations under the watchful eyes of Dr. Hunter, Patricia L. co chair of the Community Police Commission. When it comes to accountability, she says there are still gaps that need to be addressed in the upcoming rounds of negotiations. Among other things, she is calling for the new contract include to no statute of limitations on excessive force investigations, and we hope that this contract will ensure a discipline of those who engage in racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted acts. Hunter spoke at a city council public hearing in advance of contract negotiations, which by statute won't begin until November. PMA's S. current contract expires December 31st. No one from the union spoke at Tuesday's public hearing. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. Still ahead, an American Airlines pilot suing Spokane the airport for racial profiling. I'm Carleen Johnson. It's 504. Northwest traffic, let's get you on the road now. It's sponsored by High Performance Homes Traffic Center. Let's check in with our friend, Kiera Jordan. Good morning, Kiera. Good morning, Brian and Amanda. So we're kicking off this five o 'clock hour with no locking crashes or stalls, but we're already getting stacked up in Sumner on westbound Highway 410 as you're approaching Traffic Avenue and we're also seeing those brake lights in Puyallup on eastbound 512 between Meridian and in the air and then in the Renton area, northbound 167, seeing just a little bit of lighter slowing right
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"Corral Brisono, mother of late corporal Humberto Sanchez, said, I want answers and I want the truth. How many more parents have to go through this nightmare if we don't do anything with this administration? We have to get to the bottom of this and find out the root of the failure. The failure she's talking about came August of 2021 as the Taliban successfully took over the country from the U.S.-backed Islamic Republic. Their victory marked an inglorious end to a 20-year American presence following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. This story, I don't know if I mentioned, coming from Just the News. Do what our son did. Be a grown, blank man. Admit your mistakes. Learn from them so this doesn't ever happen again, said Darren Hoover, father of late Sergeant Darren Taylor Hoover. You all need to resign immediately, he said. Our sons and daughters had more integrity in their little toes than any one of you combined. Issa, for his part, vowed to highlight the issue and thank the families of the deceased service members for voicing their concerns. And the testimony we heard from them today was the Gold Star Families is just the beginning, he said. To the families who came so far to share their stories, thank you. As a witness to your testimony, I will retell your stories and continue to work until every question you want is answered, he tweeted. So, again, that's coming from John Solomon's Just the News regarding those hearings that happened earlier today, regarding the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Yeah.
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"Arrested the details from north west news radios jeff pochala the one identified in court documents only as a v n has been refusing treatment and refusing to isolate as a result the judge founder in contempt of court and ordered her arrest but finding her was a problem as family and friends refused to help but now she's been found our deputies were able to locate and arrest her at her residence sergeant darren moss with the county pierce sheriff's department says she's being held in a negative pressure room while she undergoes court -ordered testing and treatment at the update desk jeff pochala northwest news radio state senator mark mullet announcing his candidacy for governor the iskra democrat positioning himself as more of a moderate saying that his party has relied too much on raising taxes my job in the legislature is to challenge my fellow democrats acknowledge where we're doing well which there's a lot of places doing we are well but also be honest with ourselves about the places we have room for improvement and tax policy and public safety we have room for improvement he joins a growing list of democrats running to replace governor james lee that list includes attorney general bob ferguson and lands commissioner hillary franz no republican with significant statewide name recognition has filed yet for the full conversation with senator mullet and several other candidates you can live reopened this morning following an overnight crash in lakewood that involved a dramatic rollover of a semi truck northwest news radio's carline johnson went to the scene debris from pieces of the truck the crash here overnight are buried deep in the dirt hillside off the right at the south takoma way overpass a stretch long of the guardrail was also taken out as that driver lost control around 2 45 this morning state trooper robert reier says it could have ended much worse as the cab launched skyward up against that overpass and the driver needed to be rescued from above could have been that the driver was not quite as awake anymore as you should have been still an investigation but impairments did not play a role in this collision that driver was taken to saint joe's in takoma we but are told his injuries are not serious the three right lanes were blocked for about four hours to to write that trailer clean up the diesel spill and collect debris in lakewood carlene johnson west news radio coming up tax breaks continue to pay off for boeing i'm corwin hake paid they two hundred million last year but guess what they saved it's one thirty one four traffic every ten minutes on the four is from the high performance homes traffic center and michael convery i five stop on up in land would now we got a crash out right before you get two hundred twenty at the right lane is blocked doesn't appear to be real a bad real accident maybe two three cars involved offender bender hopefully it's not there in place too long but already a backup back towards a forty fourth avenue on i five southbound again moving down through and would farther down the line there's some slowing moving up across the ship canal bridge into downtown seattle i ninety eastbound out in the eastern area we have about a two to three mile backup they're doing some roadwork out in that stretch it's a bridge maintenance repair work so only one lane is getting by again on i ninety east in detasked county still have the crash down in southern pierce county on highway seven a little bit to the south of clintonville has uh... both lanes of highway seven blocked off due to the crash northbound i five there's a little thing moving into downtown seattle headed from the uh... right about spokane street headed up towards a convention center this report is sponsored by macy's backstage what will you find at macy's backstage here's a hint summer our essentials for twenty five dollars and under like swimsuits cover -ups sunglasses and more history as you need now find the latest trends in new arrivals at a macy's backstage our next northwest bus traffic is at one forty four forecast now sponsored by northwest from space services here's como for meteorologist christine clark hitting our sunny stride to kick off the month of june today seasonably warm upper sixties to low seventies and a slight warm -up into the low seventies occurs for most areas starting on friday and if you have outdoor plans this weekend they should go off without a hitch full sun on saturday
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"Vasquez. But it was a single strand of hair that tied him to the 2002 murder of Sharon van gilder, and in three violent rapes into coma, sergeant Darren mos junior. In 2012, our detective sergeant sent DNA results from our case to the squashing state patrol crime lab and they matched on hall four cases. After years of trying appears county cold case unit finally tracked down or Bono Vasquez in 2019 and then with the help of Mexican authorities, he was arrested by the FBI last week. It's not going to be fast, but the good thing is that they agreed to issue the warrant to have him arrested down there. That's the first step, the hardest part was finding him. And the families now have closure. I know, detective sergeant Anderson was thrilled and the first thing she did was rush over to go tell the families. But extradition could take months. John lobert team, northwest news radio. Time to check the Beacon plumbing sports desk to Seattle kraken play hockey against the stars in Dallas were an overtime right now and the kraken actually just wanted 5 to four in that game. Bill Schwartz tells us about the Seahawks defensive makeover. Yes, they made the playoffs but Seattle ranked near the bottom of the defensive rankings in the NFL. They gave up nearly 5 yards to carry in 21 rushing touchdowns. So far in the free agent period, Seattle has released nose tackle Al Woods Shelby Harris and Quinton Jefferson. Signed Denver's draymond Jones. They're bringing in Jaron Reed picked up linebacker Devin bush junior and safety Julian lyell. The Mariners have a cactus league baseball day off tomorrow night played the Dodgers. We're only 9 days from the home opener against Cleveland. Seattle center climate pledge arena swaps out hockey ice for a basketball floor. The NCAA women's sweet 16 games take place this weekend. Saturday, Ohio State plays 11 time national champion Yukon. I've
"sergeant darren" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Nevada and Arizona. Compelling initial evidence that former president Trump intentionally misled his attorneys and committed crimes is with the special counsel's office has as a federal judge in a sealed court filing that from sources on mister Trump's classified documents, former president has denied wrongdoing. Second degree murder charges now against 7 deputies, three hospital workers, and the death of a black man in police custody at a Virginia state mental hospital. Ivo Ocado's mom, Caroline. There are monsters that are animals. What they did to my son was awful. Chuck severson, ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed Good evening 6 31 52 in downtown Seattle, I'm Rick van sights with Kim shepherd. Here's what's happening. Extradition proceedings are underway in Mexico for the prime suspect in a 21 year old cold case murder in pierce county, details from northwest news radios, John lobert, the science always pointed to Manuel urbano Vasquez. The last person seen leaving the barn with Sharon was urbano Vasquez. But it was a single strand of hair that tied him to the 2002 murder of Sharon van gilder, and then three violent rapes in Tacoma, sergeant Darren moss junior. In 2012, our detective sergeant sent DNA results from our case to the Washington state patrol crime lab and they matched on all four cases. After years of trying the pierce county cold case unit finally tracked down our Bono Vasquez in 2019 and then with the help of Mexican authorities, he was arrested by the FBI last week. It's not going to be fast, but the good thing is that they agreed to issue the warrant to have him arrested down there. That's the first step, the hardest part was finding him. And the families now have closure. I know detective sergeant Anderson was thrilled and the first thing she did was rush over to go tell the families. But extradition could take months. John lobert team, northwest news radio. A young woman who survived a deadly car crash as a teen will receive half a $1 million from snohomish county. In 2017, then 15 year old Kylie o'laughlin suffered serious injuries when the car she was in with friends crashed into an illegally parked trailer on alderwood mall Parkway, a lawsuit says the tracking companies. And you know what Kim, you're going to have to finish that because my screen just went dark. Oh my goodness. Okay, so the trucking companies, according to the lawsuit, knew that the cars were parked illegally and the county also knew and did nothing. The effort Herald reports that o'laughlin settled privately with the companies, and it will receive $500,000 from snohomish county, although the county is not admitting fault. Local health researchers say that preparing for the next pandemic is not so much about stocking up on supplies, as it is about convincing large populations to cooperate. In a study for UW's institute for health metrics and evaluation, co author Tom boiki with the council on foreign relations says they found countries where people had more trust in the government and their neighbors did better against COVID than what they call low trust countries, which were less able to convince their people
Sgt. Tyler Vargas-Andrews Testifies on Afghanistan Evacuation
"Going to hear him testify that he was given orders to stand down. They were they would have had the opportunity to take out the suicide bomber, but they were ordered by Biden's Pentagon to stand down. Let's take a listen to the testimony of sergeant Tyler Vargas Andrews. Over the communication network we passed that there was a potential threat in an idea attack imminent. This was a series that could get a requested engagement authority while my team leader was ready on the M1 ten. Some automatic sniper system. The response leadership did not have the engagement authority for us. Do not engage. I requested for the battal commander, lieutenant colonel Brad white, to come to the tower to see what we did. While we waited for him, psychological operations individuals came to our tower immediately and confirmed the suspect met the suicide bomber description. He eventually arrived and we showed him our evidence. The photos we had of the two men. We reassured him of the ease of fire on the suicide bomber. Pointedly, we asked him for engagement authority and permission, we asked him if we could shoot. Our battal commander said, and I quote, I don't know, end quote. Myself and my team leader asked very harshly. Well, who does? Because this is your responsibility, sir. He can reply, he did not know, but would find out. We received no update and never got our answer. Eventually, the individual disappeared to this day, we believe he was a suicide bomber. We made everyone on the ground aware operations had briefly halted, but then started again, plain and simple. We were ignored. Our expertise was disregarded, no one was held accountable for our safety. About 1730 staff sergeant Darren Hoover, friend and mentor, came to get me from the tower to go help find an Afghan interpreter in the crowd. We found the interpreter and his brother, born with American passports. They told us 5 told us of 5 family members still in the canal. I stayed there waiting for the family members standing against a two foot canal wall, ten minutes passed. Then a flash in a massive way to pressure, I'm throwing 12 feet onto the ground, but instantly knew what had happened. I opened my eyes to marines dead or unconscious lying around me. A crowd of hundreds immediately vanished in front of me and my body was catastrophically wounded with a 150 ball bearings. Now in it. Almost immediately we started taking fire from the neighborhood and I saw how injured I was with my right arm, completely shredded, and unusable. I saw my lower
"sergeant darren" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Police are negotiating with the suspect and a standoff at a Dallas area synagogue Police posted on Twitter they were conducting S.W.A.T. operations at congregation Beth Israel law enforcement analyst Cedric Alexander offered a hopeful update on the hostages despite the nature of the situation We certainly have seen tragedies that have taken places in churches and synagogues across this country But what we know right now no one has been hurt Colleague police sergeant Darren Nelson could not confirm how many people were in the building or if the suspect was armed however no injuries have been reported and authorities do not believe there is any threat to the public Millions are being told to stay out of the water and avoid going to the beach as a tsunami advisory remains in effect for the entire West Coast It was triggered after an underwater volcano erupted in the South Pacific The national tsunami warning center says the waves are up to three feet and can be expected from California to Washington and Alaska throughout the day Hawaii is reporting minor flooding but no serious damage Americans can start ordering free COVID home test kits on Wednesday January 19th There will be a limit of four test kits per household Tests are expected to be shipped within 7 to 12 days of ordering The Biden administration has ordered hundreds of thousands of home test kits The venue for ordering is a new government website COVID tests dot gov Glenn youngkin is officially sworn in as Virginia's 47th governor during his inauguration speech at the state capitol Saturday The newly minted Republican governor talked about his vision for the future One Virginia at a time One act of service.
"sergeant darren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Their family deserves to know if that's why everything went still wrong is because you all work to manipulate the intelligence of what was going on on the ground there. Marine Corps staff sergeant Darren Hoover, his his family said. I love you, son. Check in on us. We will try to make you proud. They deserve to know if that's what happened. If that's that's how everything went so wrong in Afghanistan. Marine Corps Sergeant Jo Hani Rosario Picardo family deserves to know if that's why everything went so wrong because you all work to manipulate the intelligence of what was going on with the Taliban. Marine Lance Corporal. Dylan Merola, just 20 families said he always had a smile on his face was the kindest person they deserve to know if that's why everything went so wrong because you all manipulated intelligence Army staff Sergeant Ryan Canals, the ultimate honor he could give was to give back to his country. He would not be sorry he would not regret it. That's what his family said. They deserve to know if you manipulated intelligence of President Biden manipulated intelligence and that's what led to everything going so wrong. Navy Corman maxed in Soviet Just 22. His family deserves to know if that's why everything went so wrong. We deserve hearings on what's going on with that leaked transcript. We deserve to know why there are others that remain in Afghanistan. Mark Frerichs Navy veteran disappeared in Khost province January 30 of 2020. We deserve to know what's going on with his relief. These are things that have to be answered for I do not believe whatsoever what you're saying about the administration not working to manipulate that intelligence. To me. That is the most logical the most logical explanation of how so many in the intelligence community got this so wrong about what was going to happen in Afghanistan? Why it would seem somehow logical. For President Biden to leave the quote most advanced military weaponry. Why why some would not speak out against that if they were getting the false intelligence because it was coming from the top down to manipulate it. In my opinion, that's absolutely aid and comfort to the enemy. I absolutely wonder if you were complicit in this as well. I find it hard to believe that President Biden would do that without you being aware of this. And these are things that we deserve to know. Better answers have better hearings on this. I do not believe a word that you're saying on this. Simply put. I do not wish hungry from you. I'm not simply but, Congressman what you said that I don't wish to hear your line insulation of intelligence. When you stare in front of the camera and not listen, you know, regularly allies of the intelligence to suffer your lives. Gentlemen. The general spend the gentleman's kind looking to hear the legitimate time has expired. And so as the second Gen emits comments expires, The second secretary can after the question. I didn't ask him a question. You did ask her quite don't want to hear from the second gentlemen time steps in front of the camera. That's gentleman's ties to us. 20 has expired. Expect Secretary and to live up, gentlemen meant to come terrorism, least fully answering. I've ever heard. The gentleman's time has expired. People need to use common. Gentlemen's side has expired. We're here to hear from the secretary not to hear live. The gentleman's time has expired. Mr Secretary, if you wish you may answer the question. We don't need to hear laws. Representative Brian Masked, by the way left both of his legs in Afghanistan. He's a special forces combat veteran, obviously, and he's not putting up with these lives from Tony Blinken. Like this one. They thought this was clever. They really did. They cook this up at the Jen Psaki, Joe Biden. Tony Blinken Meeting Cut number nine. We? We inherited a deadline. We did not inherit a plan. Okay, January you come into office. You say you've got a deadline of May, which immediately throw out And then you don't develop a plan. How long does it take to develop a plan? To get out of Afghanistan. If you're going to leave and announced that plan and bring everyone in We inherited a deadline. We didn't hear Heritage plan they didn't inherit a deadline. They inherited a conditional agreement that the Taliban had broken as of the attack on March on Forward operating base, Chapman That Taliban broke the deal. They did not have to leave. It was a stubborn old man, stubborn old incoherence that forced us out and left thousands of Americans behind. Green card holders, thousands of them And we will get more answers. If the United States senators are better at this than the congressmen are, they will drill down on the hundreds number. Who are they? Where are they? What do you mean that 110 What's the America? What the American hostage crisis now underway. How big? Is it? Iran hostage crisis was 58 was that it? How many Americans are now held hot. How many green card holders who are Americans held hostage where those thousands of people What are you going to do about him? What are you going to do about them? One person said you had people burn their documents. How are they supposed to get out? Let me check on what markets thought yesterday. Markets were not happy. This is brought to you by birch gold. You can only go to Birch gold over at Hugh gold dot com and Gold yesterday went to 17 89. So it's staying right where it is, is that we figure out what inflation is this week. So 17 89 ounce You can buy gold by going to you gold dot com or texting my name Hugh to 47 47 47..
13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil
"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together
"sergeant darren" Discussed on KOMO
"37. Yesterday was the first full day in over a year that mandatory quarantines were dropped for those entering Canada as Cuomo's Brian Calvert reports. This first phase is limited, but more of us might qualify to head north. Soon. It was a huge relief for this man and his daughter excited. It's been a while it's felt long. I guess it feels long for everybody. Yeah, it's good. It's good to come back. They live in San Francisco, but their dual citizenship and the fact that they're fully vaccinated qualify them to return to B. C without the 14 Day quarantine travel agent Alison Wallace tells CTV News Having that 14 day quarantine being lifted is it was the biggest deterrent for people booking travel outside of the country. Canadians appear optimistic. We do anticipate that over the next few weeks, travel will pick up. But again, it's only for those who have some degree of Canadian citizenship. Americans wanting to track north, especially those in border towns like Blaine, and let's not forget those marooned in point. Roberts now have their eye on July 21st. That's the day the current restrictions on Americans going north will either expire. Or be stretched Another month, Brian Calvert pneumonias with the full reopening of the state people receiving unemployment benefits now need to prove that they're looking for work. Almost Keith. Outrage has more restaurants such as the Essence lounge in Tacoma are actively seeking out employees. We're definitely looking for bartenders, servers hooks, but owner Christina Hernandez has had a hard time finding those jobs. Even though people have come in and applied, But don't take the job, perhaps choosing to stay with state benefits, unemployment, It's still maybe a little bit more of what they'll actually being, you know, making while working. That could all change as the state is now requiring people to prove they're actively seeking work. They need to make at least three searches for a job, Then they'll need to submit that proof to the state and repeat the process every week still about 369,000 people applying for unemployment benefits down one and Half percent from the previous week, which come on is common news time to 39. This is a situation that no homeowner homeowner wants to encounter. But in Pierce County, the sheriff's office is investigating after a homeowner shot and killed an intruder in their house, But deputies say this inebriated man had parked outside the home in Gig Harbor Sunday night. Broke a window and crawled into the house, Perhaps because family lives nearby. Here is Sergeant Darren Moss for the homeowner to hear all that ruckus going on for this person be coming up the stairs yelling at them. It was him and his wife upstairs and the homeowners decided to defend themselves. He was armed with a firearm and shot the intruder. Of course, only the intruder Diet Sergeant Moss, saying that the dead man may have been trying to get into a family member's house..
"sergeant darren" Discussed on KOMO
"A busy weekend for fire crews and police officers responding to calls about illegal fireworks, almost Nick problem reports this year it's become a louder and stronger message from fire crews and police because of our dry conditions. But as the sun rose in places like Al Qaeda Beach, you could see that in many places those warnings were ignored. According to Harborview Medical Center. They've treated at least 39 people with eye or hand injuries this weekend alone at certain points. It was just too busy with the other calls for service to be able to get out to each one, Sergeant Josh McClure with Edmunds police says since midnight on Sunday, officers responded to over 150 calls almost Nick Pop. Um, a Seattle man has been arrested for throwing debris at cars on I five near Kent driver called 911 just after midnight yesterday. To say that someone threw a rock at their car near south to 72nd, and it broke the windshield as troopers investigated. Three other drivers reported that their cars had been hit too all with chunks of concrete. Troopers arrested demand nearby. He faces charges of assault and ministers mischief at this point, troopers don't think he's responsible for similar crimes happening along I 59 90 in Seattle. Pierce County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a homeowner shot and killed an intruder in his house. Deputies say an inebriated man had parked outside the home in gig Harbor Sunday night, then broke a window and crawled into the house for the homeowner to hear all that ruckus going on for this person be coming up the stairs yelling at them. It was him and his wife upstairs and homeowner decided to defend themselves. He was armed with a firearm and shot the intruder. And unfortunately, the intruder Diet Sergeant Darren Moss. They're saying that the dead man has family living in the area and may have been trying to get to their house. The homeowner was not arrested with the full reopening of the state. People receiving unemployment benefits now need to prove that they're looking for work. GMOs Keith Aldridge has more restaurants such as the Essence Lounge in Tacoma are actively seeking out employees. We're definitely looking for bartenders servers. But owner Christina Hernandez has had a hard time filling those jobs even though people have come in and applied. But don't take the job, perhaps choosing to stay with state benefits, unemployment, It's still maybe a little bit more of what they'll actually being, you know, making while working. That could all change as the state is now requiring people to prove they are actively seeking work. They need to make it least three searches for a job. Then they'll need to submit that proof to the state and repeat the process every week still about 369 1000 people applying for unemployment benefits down 1.5% from the previous week. Keith which commodities cybersecurity experts say that you need to keep your kids safe while they're using Social Media Commons Tire majors, explains how recent data says compromised passwords are responsible for 81%.
"sergeant darren" Discussed on KOMO
"News 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening in Ferrari Sanders Tonight I'm Charlie Harder with a look at our top local stories here at 9 31. There have been arrests as a violent mob moved through Seattle from Air Four. Earlier, we saw flags burning and other fires and businesses had their windows smashed, a coma news crew reported. People in a group began targeting those who are not in the demonstration, and we're throwing objects into the street to block drivers again. Arrests have been made, and we will continue to follow that story throughout the evening here on coma. Washington Senior U. S senator has a big job in the new Congress. Beyond the urgency of Mork Oh vid Response and comas. Ryan Harris talked to her. Obviously more pandemic relief is a priority for Senator Patty Murray and her now majority Democratic colleagues. And, she says that includes money. State and local governments have clamored for after a year of huge revenue losses. But she's also set to chair the Senate's Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. Which he tells me is exciting because she can't talk about the most basic things people need. Care education, having their kids go to college student debt, making sure that our workplaces they're safer workers today and we need to address all of that, and Murray put extra emphasis on childcare and paid sick leave beyond the pandemic, which he says would give people security. Murray also says the Senate can do business and conducting impeachment trial and the Democrats are ready to work across the aisle. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news. Meantime, security remains tight at the state Capitol in Olympia. Just two weeks ago, as the Trump mob stormed the U. S. Capitol. A similar group breached security at the Washington state governor's mansion. Now the first arrest is a result of that siege. Sergeant Darren right of the State Patrol says a 26 year old man was taken to the custody Tuesday afternoon. Arrested for assault, second degree And felony harassment, and there will probably be facing some charges for the criminal trust pass that occurred at the at the governor's mansion on the six. The investigation continues and more arrests or possible. Meanwhile, the State Patrol and the Washington National Guard remain deployed at the state Capitol, Jeff Pooja, Look come on new Some patients. A UW medicine have begun receiving the cove in 19 vaccine come, Oh Soo Romero with the story. They are patients in the Phase One B group, which includes people, 65 years and older. And those 50 or older who live in multigenerational households. Patient Jerry Jardine just got the first dose, but I can potentially go see my grandkids. So I'm happy about that. I'm happy that I'll be protected. So hopefully I won't get sick You'd have medicine has vaccinated more than 36,000 people So far. See Romero come on news at.
"sergeant darren" Discussed on KOMO
"Moh news still ahead on come on news. I'm Charlie Harder in Olympia talking to protesters and police about what's happening at the state capital. That story plus a check on traffic and the forecast it's 6 30 House, looking into several possibilities to remove President Trump from office before his term ends next Wednesday. Tomorrow. Members are expected to vote on a resolution calling on vice President Pence to invoke the 25th amendment, and if he doesn't the next day on Wednesday, the House could vote on a single article of impeachment for inciting insurrection. But many Republicans, including South Carolina's Nancy Mace or against censure, might be a potential option where you could prevent him from money from office again. May says she received death threats for refusing to challenge Joe Biden's electoral College win. The FBI is warning that armed protests are planned in all 50 state capitals and the U. S. Capitol between now and Inauguration Day. Wisconsin is heeding that warning. The governor is activated the National Guard. Capital's been boarded up and barricaded. The covert tracking project says US cases and deaths are on the rise with 194,000 new cases in the last 24 hours. Area opener, ABC News ELMO News, 1000 FM, 97 7 and Top Northwest stories now from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center. Good evening. I'm Rick Fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. The new session of the state Legislature is underway. But with the Capitol building closed off, protesters gathered outside today come with Charlie Harder reports from the scene in Olympia. Coded concerns have the capital closed to the public something protesters aren't happy about more than 100. Police officers and National Guard members stood along the fence outside the Perimeter of the campus. Sergeant Darren right with the State Patrol says there were a couple of arrests people taking in without incident. We're continuing to monitor any chatter we see and way monitor other platforms and stuff. But Additional threats beyond what we're already aware of. That I know of Kelly Stewart is a protester. She.
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"Howard air Five oh. To continuing now with our, top story on the death. Of the, GPS trooper retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch joined KTAR Bruce St? James and Pamela Hughes show today and he gives his two cents worth as to why he. Thinks there's a growing number of, police involved shootings this year one area being social media. But now with social media and again. It goes back to your, statement Bruce impression or is it truth we're seeing a. Lot of an, all use the term loosely. Citizens doing a lot of ethics please According to our TV partners ABC fifteen have been a total of fifty five officer and deputy involved shootings across the valley as today now the concerns of police survivors a group also. Known as cops says that they're ready to provide moral support to the family of the fallen DPS trooper we help them with a number of things with moral support. With helping them put together benefit information to you know. Just getting through the day Jan blazer upchurch with cops says the organization is made up of families of, survivors legal battles, continue, after the. Strange, case from the summer of two thousand fifteen when eight cars, were hit with bullets throughout the valley KTAR's, alley vetnar is live in the news center, to explain governor Doug Ducey will not have to give a deposition over phone calls made between him and DPS over the, alleged conclusion to the I, ten freeway shooting case a. District judge, ruled lawyers for the man charged in the, case Leslie marriage junior? Would not be able to get any valuable information by questioning the governor over the calls the, judge Says the attorneys. Could still get information from others who work the investigation there have. Been no arrests since mayor juniors released after seven months in jail the case remains unsolved live. In the. News, center I'm Ali vetnar KTAR, news more than four hundred acres have been burning since Saturday within the Grand Canyon Rachel grabbing signs the fire information officer. For the north rim of the Grand Canyon and tells KTAR how it started to these fires are all, natural lightning, strike ignitions that are caused, with the monsoon season there are no closures to the park as of yet but, there is a lot of smoke coming from both in north and south portions of the rim firefighters have been down the state of California are up against some scorching heat strong winds and bone dry. Conditions battling a number of wildfires throughout that state at least five homes destroyed so far forty seven hundred acres now chart the fire five percent contained authorities say the. Fire was deliberately set arresting thirty two year old Brandon. At, Glover he's now charged with five counts of arson its ABC's will car there's a search underway for, a missing Hiker near Sedona Coconino county deputies. Say sixty year old David light hall was last seen Wednesday near the Britain's Mesa trail soldiers pass trail. Junction around ten AM he stands about six three ways two hundred fifty pounds has blue eyes Brown hair and was last seen wearing Brown Columbia hiking boots a jury in Mohave county is awarded the largest. Verdict in county history eight million dollars in damages the, case involves a surgeon who was accused of willfully causing the death of his own patient the patient's. Wife and her Phoenix attorney filed a lawsuit against Dr Arnaldo tributo but a, jury in Kingman found the lawyer, in his firm wrongfully sued and accused the, doctor in the death Papa John formerly sues, Papa John's founder. And ousted former Papa, John's chairman John Schneider, has sued Papa John's international Inc demanding the company released internal, documents Schneider resigned. As chairman of the company's board after facing. Criticism for using a. Racial slur during a media training call Red mount freeway. Eastbound fifty one? At twenty four minutes..