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"shandra hampson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:18 min | Last week

"shandra hampson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"David Shipman's party has unleashed on the country. They might think that their diehard ready to go but unfortunately, they're more like Tiger King, and they're putting themselves and their families in danger. And so what? I would suggest this for those people who were first time gun owners. If they did go out and buy a gun, I would secure that gun locked and unloaded and hide it behind the cans of tuna and beef jerky that you have stored in a cabinet. And you know on Lee, bring that out. If the zombie start to appear on Di don't think they are It's hard to imagine a flippant remark that's more infuriating than that one. If you bought a gun to protect your family, your business your home during the riots that these people unleashed on the country. Conspiracy nut running the 80 F calls you crazy Seattle Black lives matter Activists who was very active in the autonomous zone there. Has been charged with hate crimes for attacks against You guessed it. Asian American women Credit K O M. O T V These are the images. Pamela Cole, captured of the man she says stopped his car to come over and threatened both her and her young Children is she tried to pass. He just opens his door and starts you know, yelling at me, you know f you Asian be if you kind of thing. And then you know he pulled in the parking lot it comes charging at US. Investigators say Christopher Hamner made similar anti Asian threats to two other women just days later yet last summer Hamner was often seen pro testing on behalf of black lives matter on a social media accounts. Hamner also posted videos of himself demonstrating a chop the six block police free zone held by BLM Man and TIFA activists. Of course it is shiny. It's supercritical, but not I wasn't surprised to be completely honest, I wasn't shocked about it Come on, news reached out to some of the leaders of last year's racial justice protest to see what they knew about Hamner. Those who do remember him say he was on the fringe, and Pamela Cole says she reached out to where Hamner works at the V, A hospital to try to get him help because she doesn't think putting him behind bars will change anything. At the end of day he goes to print gel. He still comes out as a racist. Full of hate. That things change. You didn't learn anything. You know, I mean, There's no rehab in it, so it's pointless. Seattle public school leaders refused to clear homeless in camp mints on school grounds. Even As students returned to campus I toward the encampment is a few days ago at Meany Middle School. This is one of the schools that's impacted. It's one not really far from the autonomous zone, and it's attached to a park and that park service is one of the ways that you get to this actual school, and it's simply overrun with homeless and I'll be honest. I lost count of the amount of tents that are there. Around 40. Maybe 50. There's trash absolutely everywhere. I was briefly followed by a homeless man with a metal pole that he was being on his hand and sort of a menacing way. And despite being careful, I managed to step on a syringe Now, thankfully, no needle was attached. But I mean, Imagine what's going to happen with more kids showing up right now, you've got some kids there. These are special education students, But schools are set to reopen in Washington state. And just under two weeks in this internal email to the mayor, that I was able to get my hands on. School board director Zachary DeWolfe asked for ideas on how to handle the situation that's happening there. But in no uncertain terms, he said, And this is direct quote. I want to say very clearly, This is not an ask for a sweep. But the city was going to do a sweep anyway, because they realize that these people who are homeless or not taking up any offers of resource is they're not going into shelters. And that's when publicly the school board president. Her name is Shandra Hampson. She put out a joint statement with the wolf basically demanding that sweeps Never be performed on school grounds adjacent or elsewhere, and they put never in all caps, so they're very, very serious. We'll tell you about a Supreme Court case. That was ruled 54 that you can actually have Bible study in your home. That should frighten you.

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"shandra hampson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:23 min | Last week

"shandra hampson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Before kids from the park and do a suite with a park and see if there's any needles that they needed to pick up before any kids got here. How is that? Okay. How do we get to a place where we think that's normal toward the encampment? Just a few days ago, a Meany middle school? This is one of the schools. That's impacted. It's one not really far from the autonomous zone, and it's attached to a park and that park service is one of the ways that you get to this actual school, and it's simply overrun with homeless and I'll be honest. I lost count of the amount of tents that are there around 40. Maybe 50. There's trash absolutely everywhere. I was briefly followed by a homeless man with a metal pole that he was being on his hand. And sort of a menacing way. And despite being careful, I managed to step on a syringe. Now, thankfully, no needle was attached. But I mean, imagine what's going to happen with more kids showing up right now, you've got some kids there. These are special education students, But schools are set to reopen in Washington state and just under two weeks in this internal email to the mayor, that I was able to get my hands on school board director Zachary DeWolfe Asked for ideas on how to handle the situation that's happening there, but in no uncertain terms, he said, And this is direct quote. I want to say very clearly, This is not an ass for a sweep. But the city was going to do a sweep anyway, because they realized that these people who are homeless or not taking up any offers of resource is they're not going into shelters. And that's when publicly the school board president. Her name is Shandra Hampson. She put out a joint statement with the wolf basically demanding that sweeps never be performed on school grounds adjacent or elsewhere. And they put never in all caps, so they're very, very serious. This is dystopia that they've created. Why did they believe that vagrants? The right of vagrants toe live next to a school is more important in the right of kids not to step on syringes and be hassled by vagrants. Where do they get that idea? Do you think Well, Kids are privileged. They live in homes and thus they're not deserving of any special protection like people who are homeless through no fault of their own. And this is not just happening here in Seattle, and certainly not just happening at schools. I mean, look at the tent cities, for example, that are happening in the other. Washington Washington D. C. Homeless people. On the school grounds. Needle sweeps through the course of the day. As the Children walk past them. If you run the background Of homeless people. Had an officer who works that duty. Tell me about three weeks ago. That if you run the background Of every homeless encampment in Houston. You would get so many warrant hits. You wouldn't believe it. You could clear a lot of your warrants. And he said that the reason For this is that many people Who receive a citation. Assault. Could be loitering vagrancy. They're all sorts of things that trespassing that homeless individuals will be cited for. They don't show up to court. It's almost impossible that they would The address that you have on file for them. Is typically the last homeless shelter. They stayed at. So when you send the summons to them at that address You can't send the summons to pierce elevated, Um at Elgin. You know, over kind of near that pillar. The Post office doesn't deliver to that address. So these individuals don't show up in court. Well. If you're willing to not show up in court. Just just doesn't actually apply to you. And if you have nothing to lose. Then there is nothing to take. There is no ability To punish you. So he said that if you actually go out and deal with this, you'd be surprised how many Indecent exposure. How many cases of pedophilia how many cases of sexual harassment? Sexual assault. Rape that you will find now. In many cases, the victim is also a homeless person. But a crime is a crime, right? Said, if you actually cleared If you actually went out and went person a person because they say we don't have an ideal nous. So now you've got to decide whether you want to spend the time checking this person out. Imagine if when you get pulled over. You told the officer Hoops don't have an idea. We'll tell me who you are. Uh, John Smith, John Wayne Smith, just something like that. And he's not in the mood to take you down. And so you went about. Your business. Because they don't know how to reach you. Now imagine taking that guy. Who's also probably in the throes of Schizophrenia. Bipolarity. Any number. Of different Mental diseases. And imagine sending your child Walking, navigating the landmine of syringes. Past his cat calls. On a daily basis. And oh, by the way. He may or may not. Have some sexual offenses. Mayor may not be dressed. He may or may not be taking a poop or a pee in the middle of the school yard. Now imagine that there are people Running the public school. You think it's a good idea? For him to stay there. And in this country you are required. To send your.

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"shandra hampson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:46 min | Last week

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Now, Jason rants Jason thanks for being on the program, so if it's not the city's jurisdiction Whose is it? Well, it's supposedly up to the Seattle public School district, and that's part of the problem. As you mentioned, the school board is working both behind the scenes and now publicly saying, We do not support any removal of any of the encampments, whether they're on campus or adjacent to campus. I found some of these emails that were sent to me between board President Shandra Hampson and director Zachary DeWolfe flatly saying. Look, we'd like some assistance and dealing with this, but we don't want you to remove any of the encampments. It public statement by both of them came out, calling them decidedly inhumane. They say we demand sweeps never be performed on school grounds, and they put it in caps. Never so obviously they're serious about it. The problem is that a bunch of kids right now we're returning into the classroom. And these were special education kids coming up in the next less than two weeks. You have the remainder of the stool school students coming in. On sort of a temporary remote learning hybrid. So a lot more kids are coming in. I went to me any middle school on Capitol Hill. This is really close to the Capitol Autonomous Zone, and I thought it was being careful. I stepped on a syringe that luckily there wasn't another one house to it. But imagine if a kid is going there. There was a guy who was wondering around sort of menacingly with a sort of like a metal pole that you might find attached to a piece of furniture. He was dragging it on the ground. He was Banging it into his hand. I mean, this is not a safe environment for kids. Yeah,.

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"shandra hampson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:14 min | Last week

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I want to say very clearly, This is not an ask for a sweep. But the city was going to do a sweep anyway, because they realize that these people who are homeless or not taking up any offers of resource is they're not going into shelters. And that's when publicly the school board president. Her name is Shandra Hampson. She put out a joint statement with the wolf basically demanding that sweeps never be performed on school grounds adjacent or elsewhere. And they put never in all caps, so they're very, very serious. So the school board, which is sworn to serve the needs of the Children, says we will never allow sweeps of these camps, even if they're on school grounds. Especially if they're on school grounds. And you know the context of the story makes it clear the whole image of the poor homeless housing prices. They had one medical problem. These are junkies. They're drug addicts. They're bombs to a large extent. In the walk. Idiots won't do anything about it. Let's head down the coast. SACRAMENTO, California It's the capital of the state. There's a giant freeway project under an elevated portion of Ah, couple of interstates going on. On and there was a gigantic bum camp under it, and they've got to move them because I got to get the gear in there to do the work, and they're struggling with what to do where these people supposed to go. Ask the activists. Several unsheltered people living under the freeway recently told the Sacramento Bee, the local paper that they were not inclined to live in a city run site, fearing that the city would improve, impose rules that are too strict. And expressing concern about other problematic homeless people. They might find themselves living next to meaning they would just rather live rough. And so the city is going to spend actually on admirably modest amount of money. Building. I think the pilot programs 150 of these tiny homes. They're about the size of Ah, medium sized closet. But it's to keep the rain off people's heads and keep them from freezing. It's much, much better than the legendary true but legendary half million dollar per unit boondoggle. Los Angeles is involved in But so sack toe trying to figure out how to house the bombs and junkies, they're proposing essentially little crates. But even with that If I'm willing to live out in the open, to continue to get to be a drug addict or drunk or whatever I am It's just gonna be easier now that you've given me a little bit of shelter. I mean, you're I guess my point being how are you ever going to get below the number of people you've sheltered right? Right well, and there's an inflow to I mean, the more generous and easy it is to be a junkie, the more you're gonna get, and I love how the one who is this one person eyes one of your city, father says. Of moving the bombs and junkies out from the camp there in some people might not be ready for this. So so much for the narrative of the poor and desperate. We know they're saying, I don't want to follow a bunch of rules. Besides, you might put me next to some weirdo and I like it here. I made, uh one and exit too far the other day and had to turn around go back, So I had to go underneath an interstate. I don't normally travel on the other day, and my kids saw something that like I never saw until a couple years ago in my entire life, the only place I've ever seen anything like it was when we were in South Africa around Cape Town. That's the only place I've ever seen Anything like that in my life. My sense because of rising housing prices, Jack Oh, wait a minute. A couple generations ago, it was 19% mortgage rates. You know that's expensive housing. Meanwhile, in beautiful Los Angeles, speaking of which they continue to lead the entire globe, the city fathers of Los Angeles in idiotic, wasteful and utterly contemptuous of the citizens plans for dealing with the bombs and junkies. We're talking about how in Seattle they're putting the needs of the bumps and junkies in front of the Children for the love of God. What about the people in the neighborhoods? What about the people who pay dearly for for housing in Los Angeles often and it really desirable locations? And now they got junkies in front of their houses, and they can't do anything about it. Nobody gives a crap about their needs. But a couple of stories from L. A. This from KBC. Uh, TV. I believe City struggles to House Los Angeles growing homeless Population Council member Mike Bonin. I like bone in pork jobs. Those are good. I don't know why the bone and helps more, but it is just more flavor refused to handle the whole bond to. That's what I love to a nice bone in T bone as well. My hand's New York steak, Man, I like meat anyway. You remember Mike Bonin has pronounced a motion. You know, there's a dirty joke I could make too, but I'm gonna pass on it. You know why? You know why? Because I'm an adult man. Mohammed. What are you saying? Thank you, Michael. My grown in his proposed emotion that would bring temporary homeless sites to county beaches. The beaches of L A soon to be your latest junkie camp. And I won't affect tourism at all. You already can't go to Venice Beach. It's too weird and scary. That's gonna be actually on the beaches, beaches. And then finally this, there's more. They're talking about that the ongoing debate about closing in echo like Park in Los Angeles. And unedited Auriol in the L A Times. I believe this is by their editorial board says. The city should not consider clearing any encampment until every single homeless person there has been offered a safe individual space. Preferably in a hotel room or a motel room. That's ah, You're living in La la Land and Jen in the pun that doesn't well played. That doesn't mean unauthorized for a bed in a group shelter. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. So you got some junkie in a nice park ruining a neighborhood. Maybe they're living next to a school. Maybe they're clogging up the beaches. And it's a tragedy allegedly that I'm supposed to shed bitter tears over And you go to that junkie and you offer them a shelter, Abed. Many home like Sacramento's thinking about doing whatever. And the L. A editorial board says No, no, no, no, no. You have to get them a nice hotel or motel room. Not some filthy shelter. And that doesn't definitely doesn't mean forcing someone to side Walker underpass somewhere that out of the park into an underpass. That's not an offer that's being shooed away. Yeah, That's exactly what it is. That's what I want to do. I want to shoot people away. You can't be here. You're ruining people's neighborhood. My supposed to go somewhere else. How about you get clean? How about you Quit doing drugs? You know if they're mentally ill or something, their programs they're probably insufficient. But let's talk about that separately. But some guy who just doesn't want to work and he likes living outside and do drugs all day. Ruining the city. Got open the beaches and and if they turn their nose up at a bed in the shelter, Okay, What would you like, sir? Motel.

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"shandra hampson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:38 min | Last week

"shandra hampson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Been working together on some training techniques for separation anxiety for when I go back to work. So that he doesn't feel is anxious. And so neither do I. This is in your bed technique, and this is to help him realize that this is a safe place for him to go when I am away. We work on this several times a day so that he gets used to being and have been any time I say in your bed. That is a pet trainer talking about the separation anxiety that may result when you go back to work in person after working remotely and how you should show them that laying in your bed is a safe place on the unfortunately that is on the other side of a great dividing line. Uh, there is no dang dog ever going to be in my bed? I know a lot of you, my friends, neighbors, countrymen, allow your dogs to sleep in your bed with you. That's fine. We'll never gonna happen if your wife didn't agree with you. That would be quite a problem. I? Yes. Yes, I would find some other issue to give on. Yes, we will remodel the kitchen and the dog will remain unvetted, at least in my bed. But that's just me. It wasn't going to bring you something. I think it's insane to have animals in your bed. If it costs me five minutes of sleep out. That's just make That would I don't know that I don't know the actual statistic, but that would eliminate I'm guessing 40% of women you could be married to in America. Is that right? I wonder what those numbers are somewhere in that range. I guess Sean or cats should take a look percentage of people whose pet sleep in their beds. That's funny. It's unthinkable to me. But again, there's some issues. I am harshly judgmental of those who disagree with me on this one. No, live your life the way you want. I just can't imagine it. Anyway. Interestingly enough, A total of 46 respondents toe Microsoft's gigantic employment survey that they did the recently 46% say they're planning to move to a new location this year. Reflection of the greater flexibility to work from home. Almost half 41% of those surveyed said they're mulling leaving their jobs That's gonna be way higher than normal. So, the first survey found was put on by a mattress company, so take that for what it's worth. But according to this 43% say they let their pets sleep with them every night 71% allow it occasionally. Mm. Interesting. Interesting. You know, One factor might be that I have a £75 dog nearly £72, but I wear them every day and be little him If he gets fat. I almost went further on that rift, but it's too painful. Let's see what it was kind of, like judgment of from me of a character or about anything other than I don't get it. I can't sleep is well, that's the only thing Yeah, well, that's the one iron fast rule in my house is Daddy gets asleep Because everybody loses If Daddy doesn't s 0 41% say they're mulling leaving their jobs. What is mulling, Lee? I mean, I'm all all sorts of stuff I would never do right? The data burnout is widespread among people who are the problem is when does they work? They end When you're working from home, I think at least a little bit practically everybody. Mole's leaving their job. Don't they? Who was so overjoyed with their job? They never even think about me. God bless you, Michael. Ah, and data burnout is widespread. 55 54% of workers that they're overworked, 39% said. Eggs House did. So total change topic. I just thought I'd throw that on his lungs were talking about living and moving. That sort of thing. Jason rants. Our colleague in Seattle has been chronicling the bums and junkies issues in that formerly great city. Oh, which reminds me, I got a text from a buddy of mine in New York City last night. The guy was gunned down a block away from his place and he's a nice part of town. And he said, it's the scariest he's ever seen it. He can't go out at night anymore, and it's just so sad. Wow. Yeah, I mean, we've all heard the statistics of from America's great cities of how crime is just skyrocketing is the great progressive experiment continues. I'm or familiar with the city's the West Coast, having lived on the West Coast for a quarter of a century or so. Um But yeah, all those stories murder true on and it is sad, but back to Seattle where Jason Rance is reporting on this story we brought you yesterday. That, um, when the kids came back to some Seattle schools that were homeless encampments actually on the school grounds, and the ultra woke school board types refused to do anything about it. Cut 70 shown toward the encampment just a few days ago at Meany Middle School. This is one of the schools. That's impacted. It's one not really far from the autonomous zone, and it's attached to a park and that park service is one of the ways that you get to this actual school, and it's simply overrun with homeless and I'll be honest. I lost count of the amount of tents that are there around 40. Maybe 50. There's trash absolutely everywhere. I was briefly followed by a homeless man with a metal pole that he was being on his hand. And sort of a menacing way. And despite being careful, I managed to step on a syringe now, thankfully, no needle was attached. But I mean, imagine what's going to happen with more kids showing up. Is that troubling? That is crazy. And then the response from the school board 71. But schools are set to reopen in Washington state and just under two weeks in this internal email to the mayor, that I was able to get my hands on. School board director Zachary DeWolfe asked for ideas on how to handle the situation that's happening there, but in no uncertain terms, he said, And this is direct quote. I want to say very clearly, this is not an ask for a sweep. The city was going to do a sweep anyway, because they realize that these people who are homeless or not taking up any offers of resource is they're not going into shelters, and that's when publicly the school board president. Her name is Shandra Hampson. She put out a joint statement with the wolf basically demanding that sweeps never be performed on school grounds adjacent or elsewhere, and they put never in all caps, so they're very, very serious. So the school board, which is sworn to serve the needs of the Children, says we will never allow sweeps of these camps, even if they're on school grounds. Especially if they're on school grounds. And you know the context of the story makes it clear the whole image of the poor homeless housing prices. They had one medical problem. These are junkies. They're drug addicts. They're bombs to a large extent. The walk. Idiots won't do anything about it. Let's head down the coast. SACRAMENTO, California It's the capital of the state. There's a giant freeway project under an elevated portion of Ah, couple of interstates going on. On and there was a gigantic bum camp under it, and they've got to move them because I've got to get the gear in there to do the work, and they're struggling with what to do where these people supposed to go. Ask the activists. Several unsheltered people living under the freeway recently told the Sacramento Bee, the local paper that they were not inclined to live in a city run site, fearing that the city would have food impose rules that are too strict. And expressing concern about other problematic homeless people. They might find themselves living next to meaning they would just rather live rough. And so the city is going to spend actually on admirably modest amount of money. Building. I think the pilot programs 150 of these tiny homes. They're about the size of Ah, medium sized closet. But it's to keep the rain off people's heads and keep them from freezing. It's much, much better than the legendary true but legendary half million dollar per unit boondoggle. Los Angeles is involved in But so sack toe trying to figure out how to house the bombs and junkies, they're proposing essentially little crates. But even with that If I'm willing to live out in the open, to continue to get to.

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"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"School board president says Denise Juno is not likely to be offered a contract renewal. There's been a lot of tension between you know, and the school board this year with the pandemic and accusations from the end of the BP and other local activists. She has exacerbated racism in the district for president Shandra Hampson tells the Seattle Times you know, lacks the skills to effectively manage the district's operational challenges and respond to feedback from community members. The deep has claimed, you know, is alienated people of color in high management positions. She responded to that In late October, several of the men they listed chose to leave Seattle public schools for bigger and better roles in other districts and organizations. On a couple were asked to leave because of performance issues, You know, added that diversity hiring is up 10% above set goals in every department. Carleen Johnson Come on News. A Brazilian airline is about to become the first carrier to resume regular flights of the recently ungrounded Boeing 7 37 Max and the very first flight. Is set for tomorrow. Como's Corwin Hank has more the first flight. In fact, the first several flights of the re certified Max with paying customers aboard are scheduled for Wednesday, December 9th out of Sao Paulo, Brazil this, according to Bloomberg News, the carrier is Rio de Janeiro based goal airlines. The service resumption is a milestone for Boeing coming at the end of a financially devastating year. During which Chief executive Dave Calhoun says the company has rededicated itself to safety. We will never forget the accidents that put us in the place that we were ever We have re instilled, reinvigorated. Use any word you like everything that has anything to do with safety across our company's goal. Airlines Fleet is comprised entirely of rent and built 7 30 seven's, including seven NAK states. The airline reportedly has 93 more Max is on order. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news during the pandemic, some of our area's riskiest roads seem to be a little safer, according to Kirkland analytics firm Inrix Crashes air down on I five in Seattle by 35%. The city's most dangerous spot is I five at Mercer during the pandemic accidents are down there by 43%. Protesters scored a legal victory against the city of Seattle recently come Rose. Joel Marino reports that a federal judge rules SPD violated restrictions on the use of crowd control weapons and is now holding the city in contempt. Of course. The judge found four violations of his injunction, including when an officer through a blast ball into a crowd on Capitol Hill and again that's not in response to an immediate threat of violence, which is what the preliminary injunction requires Black lives matter says police do not have license to attack people demanding Accountability and change now with the possibility of sanctions looming due to the police response to Seattle City attorney's Office says We're reviewing the order and That's cool. Most Joe Marino reporting it's 1 39. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin, announcing yesterday that she wouldn't run for re election and she gave interview to come most. Patrick Quinn, I ran I'd win. Jenny Durkin confident about a re electability as mayor of Seattle but told me campaigning would distract her from reopening the downtown core reimagining policing and getting a vaccine rolled out. We've got such hard work ahead of us is a city we still are battling covert. We will be in covert for months, maybe up to six more months or even longer. The former U. S attorney under the Obama Biden administration also smack down and he speculation She could be jumping ship for a new job under the new president. I have not been approached for the position that by an administration, dark in hopes her last year in office will be less combative. With Biden in the White House. I was attacked both by the president and the attorney general, the United States. I got death threats and hate mail, and people come to our house repeatedly and leave behind. Hate speech painted on our Cider House darkened told me those attacks did not factor into her decision. Nor did the tumultuous back and forth with City Council that led to police chief Carmen Best. Retiring Como's Patrick Quinn reporting It's 1 40 time for update on sports. Now from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Corona virus alters the NFL schedule again and cancels a huge college rival game. Here's Bill Swerts. Saturday's Michigan against the Ohio State game at the Horseshoe is off the Wolverines with Tim any covert cases in the program If the Buckeyes don't play any more games that could damage their national championship hopes Tuesday night. NFL football Thanks to all the Baltimore Ravens positive covert tests they take on the Dallas Cowboys, who need wins to keep pace in the NFC East. Always compete is Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's motto Even when it comes to physical distancing and coronavirus guidelines in the team building we measure Close contacts that they have that we keep score. And so we have an ongoing tournament right now, and the tight ends in the in the especially guys, the kickers that air in lead at this point, the Hawks are home Sunday against the windless Jets. The yesterday fire defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Sounders. Soccer fans still shaking their heads in disbelief. Ray Greene last night roared back with three goals in the final 19 minutes to beat Minnesota in Major League Soccer's Western Conference finals. Gustav Svensson had the stoppage time game winner and looks forward to Saturday nights. MLS Cup it Columbus. I think we all know that there is an important game coming up sports update.

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"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Juno's short tenure leading the Seattle school district could be over at the end of the school year. Details from Kemal's Carleen Johnson on Monday, board president Shandra Hampson told the Seattle Times She's pretty certain Juno will not have the votes for a renewal of her contract, which ends June next year. The relationship between you know in some school board members has been stressed this year with the pandemic and accusations that she hasn't been transparent with plans to reopen schools also criticism from local activists that said she came on board several minority staff members of the District office of left. In a media briefing about six weeks ago, Gino explained, those staff members left on their own for other positions or in some cases were let go over misconduct. Our district has actually surpassed its diversity, hiring gold by an average of 10% and everything. Category. 54% of our school leaders hired self identifies people of color. Gino came on board in 2018 after serving a school's chief for the state of Montana. Carleen Johnson. Come on is Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan decided yesterday not to run for a second term and then shared her thoughts with Cuomo's Patrick Quinn, Jenny Durkin and hopes are last year in office will be less combative with Biden in the White House. I was attacked both by the president and the attorney general, the United States. I got death threats and hate mail. I think it does highlight an issue, though, Patrick that in this next year You have to have some honest conversations about how divisive the politics in the city became. Three others have filed initial paperwork to run for mayor. Some within City Hall told me. They expect Council member Theresa Mosqueda and Council president Lorena Gonzalez toe also join the race. I think the city of Seattle has real choice in front of them, and I think what they're going to be looking for Is a leader who can be steady. Who can pull people together. Mayoral candidates have until may to file their paperwork for the November election. Couple news time 12 37. This is one of those events that if you were around for it, you know exactly where you were and what you were doing when you learned about it remarkable to think that rock legend John Lennon has been dead now for as long as he was alive 40 years. The 40th anniversary today, the day that he was assassinated Comeau score When Hank takes a look back, ask a Beatles fan or really any music fan and they might tell you this is not a day to commemorate. It's a day to forget to forget what happened in front of the Dakota Hotel on December 8th 1980 to forget the pain they felt that day and for years afterward. Here's what Seattle musician Scott McCoy told me in 5 2025 years after I don't really want to commemorate. It was like the worst day in my life you know, at the time was the Seattle music scene veteran who fronts the young fresh fellows and the minus five on that 25th anniversary, Many Seattle clubs and venues held tribute nights. Featuring the music of Lennon and the Beatles. McCoy, Maybe the biggest Beatles fan in the world was asked to take part. He could not Everybody.

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KOMO

02:55 min | 4 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Board president says that East you know is not likely to be offered a contract renewal. There's been a lot of tension between you know and the school board this year with the pandemic and Accusations from the end of the BP and other local activists that she has exacerbated racism in the district for president Shandra Hampson tells the Seattle Times you know, lacks the skills to effectively manage the district's operational challenges. Respond to feedback from community members. The N double a C P has claimed, you know is alienated people of color in high management positions. She responded to that In late October, several of the men they listed chose to leave Seattle public schools for bigger and better roles in other districts and organizations. A couple were asked to leave because of performance issues to know, added that diversity hiring is up 10% above set goals in every department. Carleen Johnson come on news a Brazilian airlines about to become the first carrier to resume regular flights of the recently ungrounded Boeing 7 37 Max is very first flight set for tomorrow. Almost Corwin take the first flight. In fact, the first several flights of the re certified Max with paying customers aboard are scheduled for Wednesday, December 9th out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This, according to Bloomberg News. The carrier is Rio de Janeiro based goal airlines. The service resumption is a milestone for Boeing. Coming at the end of a financially devastating year, during which Chief Executive Dave Calhoun says the company has rededicated itself to safety. We will never forget the accidents that put us in the place that we were ever We have re instilled, reinvigorated, use any word you like everything that has anything to do with safety across our company's goal. Airlines fleet is comprised entirely of rent and built 7 30 seven's, including seven Max eight's. The Airline reportedly has 93 more. Max is on order. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news protesters scored a legal victory against the city of Seattle Couples. Joe Marino reports a federal judge rules the SPD violated restrictions on the use of crowd control weapons and is now holding the city in contempt of court. The judge found four violations of his injunction, including when an officer through a blast ball into a crowd on Capitol Hill and again that's not in response to an immediate threat of violence, which is what the preliminary injunction requires Black lives matter says police do not have license to attack people demanding Accountability and change now with the possibility of sanctions looming due to the police response to Seattle City attorney's office, says We're reviewing the order and intend to confer with city clients is we assess next steps in the case? Our goal is to ensure transparency and accountability going forward. Our goal is to protect the protesters. Almost Joe Marino. That's easy. L've you lawyer Lisa Nolan. At the end, there's city has the option of appealing That ruling will take sports for you coming up in just 60 seconds. Come on his time, 9 39. For.

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KOMO

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Million to help restaurants, gyms and other businesses hardest hit by the covert restrictions. Council member Lorena Gonzalez says at least half the money would go directly to workers who've had their hours cut or who have lost their jobs and local governments have a very unique opportunity to make smart, strategic targeted investments towards industries that have been specifically E disproportionately impacted. He hopes to vote on the bill in committee later this week, so the full council can vote on it. Next Monday. Denise Juno's short 10 year leading the Seattle school district could be over at the end of the school year. An explanation from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson on Monday, board president Shandra Hampson told The Seattle Times She's pretty certain you know, will not have the votes for a renewal of her contract, which ends June next year. The relationship between you know, and some school board members has been stressed this year with the pandemic and accusations that she hasn't been transparent with plans to reopen schools also criticism from local activists that said she came on board several minority staff members of the District office of left. In a media briefing about six weeks ago, Gino explained, those staff members left on their own for other positions or in some cases were let go over misconduct. Our district has actually surpassed its diversity hiring goal by an average of 10% in every case. Category. 54% of our school leaders hired self identifies people of color. Gino came on board in 2018 after serving a school's chief for the state of Montana. Carleen Johnson come on. His Seattle mayor, Jenny Durkin has decided not to run for a second term, and she shared her thoughts with Cuomo's Patrick Quinn, Jenny Durkin and hopes her last year in office will be less combative with Biden in the White House. I was attacked both by the president and the attorney general, the United States. I got death threats and hate mail. I think it does highlight an issue, though, Patrick that in this next year We have to have some honest conversations about how divisive the politics in the city became. Three others have filed initial paperwork to run for mayor. Some within City Hall told me. They expect Council member Theresa Mosqueda and Council president Lorena Gonzalez toe also join the race. I think the city of Seattle has real choice in front of them, and I think what they're going to be looking for Is a leader who can be steady, who can pull people together. Oral candidates have until may to file their paperwork for the November election. Protesters have scored a legal victory against the city of Seattle Comas Joel Marino reports A federal judge ruled that SPD violated restrictions on the use of crowd control weapons and is now holding the city in contempt of court. The judge found four violations of his injunction, including when an officer through a blast ball into a crowd on Capitol Hill and again that's not in response to an immediate threat of violence, which is what the preliminary injunction requires Black lives matter says police do not have license to attack people demanding accountability and change. Now with the possibility of sanctions looming due to the police response to Seattle City attorney's Office says We're reviewing the order and intend to confer with city clients. As we assess next steps in the case. Our goal is to ensure transparency and accountability going forward. Our goal is to protect the protesters. A C L U Attorney Lisa Nolan, the city still has the option of appealing the ruling, but we haven't heard whether that will happen..

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KOMO

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Denise Juno is not likely to be offered a contract renewal more for Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. There's been a lot of tension between you know, and the school board this year with the pandemic and accusations from the end of the BP and other local activists that she has exacerbated racism in the district for president Shandra Hampson tells The Seattle Times. You know it lacks the skills to effectively manage the district's operational challenges and respond to feedback from community members. The N double a C. P has claimed, you know, is alienated people of color in high management positions. She responded to that In late October, several of the men they listed chose to leave Seattle public schools for bigger and better roles in other districts and organizations. On a couple were asked to leave because of performance issues, You know, added that diversity hiring is up 10% above set goals in every department. Carleen Johnson Come on NEWS Seattle City Council is considering ways to help small businesses survive the pandemic. Intent here is to focus specifically on workers of small businesses. And that focus would come through a potential bill being discussed later this week by the City Council, where $5 million from the General fund could possibly be moved to help restaurants, gyms and other businesses hardest hit by Governor Hensley's recent restrictions, according to council member Lorena Gonzalez, If passed, at least $2.5 million would go toe workers. Who have had hours cut or have had lost their jobs entirely because of covert 19 protocols. I'm happy that this bill will hopefully help to provide some relief. Gonzalez hopes that they'll be able to vote on this bill later this week before finally going for the full council to vote on it next Monday. Nick PROBLEM Come on in Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announces she's not running for re election. And she told comas Patrick Quinn. What prompted the decision. If I ran, I'd win. Jenny Durkin confident about a re electability as mayor of Seattle but told me campaigning would distract her from reopening the downtown core reimagining policing and getting a vaccine rolled out. We've got such hard work ahead of us is a city we still are battling covert. We will be in covert for months, maybe up to six more months or even longer. The former U. S attorney under the Obama Biden administration also smack down any speculation. And she could be jumping ship for a new job under the new president. I have not been approached for the position that Biden administration, talking hopes or last year in office will be less combative with Biden in the White House was attacked both by the president and the attorney general, the United States. I got death threats and hate mail, and people come to our house repeatedly and leave behind. Hate speech painted on our Cider House darkened told me those attacks did not factor into her decision. Nor did the tumultuous back and forth with City Council that led to police chief Carmen Best retiring. The Seattle Police Department has been found in contempt of court for its use of blast balls and pepper sprays against protesters. Earlier this year, Federal Judge Richard Jones ruled that there was no immediate threat to safety or public property to warrant that. Lisa Nolan is an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union goal is to ensure transparency and accountability going forward. Our goal is to protect the protesters. Judge Jones found four violations of his previous order preventing the use of force against peaceful protesters with the ruling. The A C L u know how has until Friday to suggest what sanctions that's the city. Should face camo news time. 509 Brazilian airline is about to become the first carrier to resume regular flights of the recently ungrounded Boeing 7 37 Max in the first flight is set for tomorrow. More from Cuomo's Corwin hate the first flight. In fact, the first several flights of the re certified Max with paying customers aboard are scheduled for Wednesday, December 9th out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This, according to Bloomberg News. The carrier is Rio de Janeiro based goal airlines. The service resumption is a milestone for Boeing. Coming at the end of a financially devastating year, during which Chief Executive Dave Calhoun says the company has rededicated itself to safety. We will never forget the accidents that put us in the place that we were ever We have re instilled, reinvigorated. Use any word you like everything that has.

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KOMO

02:46 min | 8 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Raising fears of a wider outbreak in the region and the Kremlin is rejected accusations of involvement in an alleged attack on Russian opposition leader election of all me. I was in a coma in a German hospital day after doctor said tests indicated that he was poisoned. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign Desk in London. For weeks, parents of impressing the Seattle school district and the school board for answers on how new and improved remote instruction will work. When the school year begins. September 4th that comas Carleen Johnson reports. Even members of the school board say they haven't received all the information the board special beating work session TTO Gett, a reopening update See how the school calendar is going to look and how the day will be structured for students. Many who already lost a great deal of learning over the last five months. Board director eaten Mac anxiously awaiting more information about what exactly is going to be happening. And what's the schedule? Families are scrambling to figure out what you know how we're gonna manage or director Shandra Hampson wanted answers to several questions. The district has yet to finalize gathering a little confused because I thought this was the session where we would be presented with. A detail that we're asking for today, the district said. China is going to be late, getting more than 2000 Ipads delivered in time for the first day for young students, One board member said. Let's just be honest with families at this point until them where we're falling short. Carleen Johnson come Oh news. From ABC News TECH TRENDS A legal battle is brewing over to popular Chinese APS. Popular social media APP. Tic TAC filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Monday over a controversial executive order that could ban the APP in the U. S. But it's not just Tic tac. The order targets we chat is huge in Asia specifically in China. It's They're Facebook. It's It's everything. We all of our interactions with China are done over. We chat. I mean, it's just absolutely massive. That's Randy Nelson, head of mobile insights that Sensor Tower, a data company that tracks APP downloads. On Monday, a group of we chat users also filed a suit with the Trump administration. There's a lot of Chinese Americans, There's just a lot of Users in the U. S that use we chat as their sole means of communicating with family. Friends loved ones back home. That are now being faced with sort of a similar conundrum as TIC tac users with tech trends. I'm Dave Packer, ABC News Information is power. Everything you need to know. Before you get to work the coma Morning News with Greg her shoulder and manufacture on Comeau News, 1000 FM, 97 7 and Comeau news dot com. Finding The next job is a big job and that part of what you do is a little tough right now. Because of.

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KOMO

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Handle of where the virus is and try to isolate people as much as we can the FDA granting emergency use authorization for more spit based tests across the country, ABC Sherry Preston reporting You're listening. To ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Comeau midday. Good morning, 11 02 from the coma 24 hour News Center. I'm Jeff Pooja. Look, here's what we're following frustration today from members of the Seattle School board during a work session with district leaders about the coming year. First day for most students is September 4th. But schools have yet to tell families how remote school they will operate. Board member Shandra Hampson says they should be honest with families, especially when 2000 ipads for younger students won't even be here in time, starting full without devices. Given that we have no confidence between the 4th 11 that we won't have Ruled out devices to K five families, which it seems like that's where we are one, district officials said. Part of the frustration and communicating specifics is that negotiations with the teachers union are ongoing. They have a lot of input on how the school day will operate. A demonstration in Seattle turned destructive overnight. Como's Frank Lindsay reports, protesters were apparently upset about the police shooting of an African American man in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The group started at Cale Anderson Park, making its way to West Precinct where police say some protesters threw things at the building breaking windows. They also painted graffiti on walls and smash the plate glass windows at a nearby coffee shop. Almost Tammy Mitosis says. From there, it was on to East Precinct. Along the way. Protesters kicked in and ripped off plywood at a boarded up Amazon ghost or we say some of the protesters climbed over a chain link fence and set a fire next to East Precinct. One person was arrested. One officer was hurt. Group eventually headed back to Cal Anderson Park and broke up around midnight. Frank Lindsay Comeau knew another riot in Portland last night, with the least two officers injured and more than two dozen people arrested come most Carleen Johnson with the latest.

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KOMO

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Board voted unanimously to start school remotely this fall for its 53,000 students. We get the update from Kemal's Sue Romero School Superintendent Denise Juno recommended the move and reminded the board that it's a flexible template and that nothing is set in stone. It includes mandatory Covad safety measures, but board vice president Shandra Hampson had questions about weekly schedules and online learning limits. I remain incredibly concerned. Earned about the notion of 1027 hours and the use of what is effectively a brick and mortar schedule in a remote environment. The district says 80 to 90% of its students have adequate access to technology for the upcoming school year. The first day of school is scheduled for September 2nd. See Romero come on news. We've been cuts being made to the Seattle Police department by the City Council could make Officer Marcus Jones, one of the first to be laid off. Almost Joel Marina reminds us he's the one who sent Chief Carmen Beston email before she announced her retirement. Best said his words moved her to tears. Thank you for what you've done for me personally. And for this department, Jones is part of a diverse group of new hires now in jeopardy among student officers and recruits, 36% or people of color. 16% are women. But the City Council has ordered extensive lay offs and the police union's rules of last hired. First fired could put Jones on the list. It doesn't feel great. Honestly, it's really upsetting before his police career, Jones was a social worker and diversion programs like lead, help the community as a whole, and it helped our clients become better people. Jones says. He got into law enforcement. To make a difference. I'm here to help you as best I can. Members of the City Council say they'd prefer these layoffs Target officers who have a history of misconduct. Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor is hoping some of the Seattle officer's expected to lose their jobs will apply in his county. He's also speaking out about the retirement of Seattle chief Carmen Best, and we get that story from comas. Carleen Johnson is very much Seattle's loss, Sheriff Paul Pastore says. Chief Carmen Best, is a member of many of the same national agency groups He is part of. She is well respected, not just within this state. But nationally, Seattle's loss of officers with the City Council's moved to slash the department budget could be Pierce counties gain. The agency is hiring and offering a $10,000 signing bonus. Some very good Veteran law enforcement officers who said, you know, I want to do police work in an area in which time Ah appreciated and respected. Pastor says the political climate in Pierce County is much different than Seattle, and that may be attractive to frustrated officers who don't feel supported Carleen Johnson COMA News Federal agents spent some time in Bend, Oregon, after protesters blocked a bus carrying people detained by ice last night, the Department of Homeland Security tells CNN. The agents were there to arrest two undocumented. Individuals with the history of criminal violent behavior that bend police chief tweeted that his department had been notified. The agents were in town. Eventually, those agents left and the protesters dispersed peacefully at school Most Frank Lindsay In Portland police declared a gathering outside the Justice Center overnight a riot and they ordered a crowd of about 200 people who leave immediately or be subject to tear gas citation or arrest. Fireworks that exploded in the area and there was a fight between protesters gathering followed days of protest. In Portland Police declared some of those demonstrations on lawful assemblies or riots, a church in Olympia that was targeted in an apparent arson this week. He is not letting that stop them from serving the community. Hidden Creek Community Church managed to distribute food yesterday. Despite the heavy damage from Monday's fire, pastor Tim Heffer says help from the Thurston County Food Bank and other organizations made it possible or heart is to bring honor to God and to serve the community around us, and it was really difficult to see. All of those resource is lost. We're just so glad that Our opportunity to.

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KOMO

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"In 19 comas, Keith Eldridge says. It also comes with a warning. The morning is if you don't stay masked up in socially distance, all this good news could turn bad, but let's get to that. Good news that covert case numbers are steadily coming down. It's officially a statewide trend. There is good news. We have a great deal of work obviously left to do, But we are showing some success in our efforts, such as increasing the use of face coverings and seeing an encouraging declined in daily new case counts over the past few weeks were now clearly starting to see a decline in the number of cases that are being detected, and state health officer Dr Kathy Lo Fi said. Another bit of good news is that Realisation numbers are in good shape now starting to see the numbers flatten out, But they do say there is some concerning news and that is the death rates continue to go up. Back in June, it was around 4 to 5 deaths a day of the state. Now it's back up to 10. That's very alarming. The report shows Cove in 19 cases, air rising again and people over the age of 40 in our state. That trend is alarming because older people tend to have more severe symptoms of the virus. State Secretary of Health John Wiseman says this spike might have been caused by a recent rise in cases among people in their twenties and thirties who tend to have mild or no symptoms but can still spread the virus. The more vulnerable people. This Seattle school board voted unanimously to start school remotely this fall for its 53,000 students come ASU Romero as the latest school superintendent, Denise Juno, recommended the move and reminded the board that it's a flexible template and that nothing is set in stone. It includes mandatory Covad safety measures, but board vice president Shandra Hampson had questions about weekly schedules an online learning limits. I remain incredibly concerned about the notion of 1027 hours and the use of what is effectively a brick and mortar schedule in a remote environment. The district says 80 to 90% of its students have adequate access to technology for the upcoming school year. The first day of school is scheduled for September 2nd, See Romero Come on, news comes to the spread of covert 19. There is a difference between a person being asymptomatic versus pre symptomatic. Dr John Lynch, with Harborview Medicine says as asymptomatic means someone doesn't show any symptoms the entire time they have the virus. And so we distinguished asymptomatic from pre symptomatic,.

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KOMO

02:30 min | 9 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"Top doctors and health experts in our fight against Kobe, 19 comas, Keith Outward says. It also comes with a warning. The morning is if you don't stay mast up and socially distance, all this good news could turn bad, but let's get to that. Good news that covert case numbers are steadily coming down. It's officially a statewide trend. There is good news. We have a great deal of work obviously left to do, But we are showing some success in our efforts, such as increasing the use of face coverings and seeing an encouraging declined in daily new case counts over the past few weeks were now clearly starting to see a decline in the number of cases that are being detected, and state health officer Dr Kathy Lo Fi said. Another bit of good news is that hot Totalization numbers are in good shape now starting to see the numbers flatten out, But they do say there is some concerning news and that is the death rates continue to go up. Back in June, it was around 4 to 5 deaths a day, the state now it's back up to 10. That's very alarming. New report Shows Cove in 19 cases are rising again in people over the age of 40 in our state. That trend is alarming because older people tend to have more severe symptoms of the virus. State Secretary of Health John Wiseman says This spike might have been caused by recent rise in cases among people in their twenties and thirties who tend to have mild or no symptoms but could still spread the virus to more vulnerable people. The Seattle School board voted unanimously to start school remotely this fall affords 53,000 students come. O Seu Romero has the latest superintendent, Denise Juno, recommended the move and reminded the board that it's a flexible template and that nothing is set in stone. It includes mandatory Covad safety measures, but board vice president Shandra Hampson had questions about weekly schedules and online learning limits. I remain incredibly concerned about the notion of 1027 hours and the use of what is effectively a brick and mortar schedule in a remote environment. The district says 80 to 90% of its students have adequate access to technology for the upcoming school year. The first day of school is scheduled for September 2nd, see Romero come on news When it comes to the spread of covert 19 there is a difference between a person being a symptomatic versus pre symptomatic. Dr John Lynch with Harborview UW Medicine says asymptomatic means someone doesn't show any symptoms the entire time they have the virus, so we distinguished asymptomatic from pre symptomatic, which is Hey, I.

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KOMO

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"For the first time since the announcement, appearing with his new running mate, Kamala Harris, It was a V P reveal, unlike any other in recent memory, no crowds to cheer the candidates onto the convention. Just a high school gymnasium was socially distance chairs for reporters and staff is a result of covert 19 focal point of the candidate's message to voters as they criticized President Trump's handling of Crisis. There's a reason it has hit America worse. Than any other advanced nation. It's because of Trump's failure to take it seriously. From the start. Margaret Malard ABC NEWS, Wilmington, Delaware of Long after President Trump covered a wide range of topics during his White House briefing, or he was asked where he would be making his Republican nomination acceptance speech looking at Gettysburg. Hey. Magnificent sight. I've been there a number of times just a magnificent side and we're looking at the White House. And I would say it's really down to those two of the locations on federal property, which would be a breach of protocol. There's an urgent plea from health officials in the Trump administration. ABC is Matt Gutman reports and what Dr Robert Redfield is asking everyone to do. The CDC director urging every American toe wear a mask. We're not asking some of America to do what we all got to do it warning of the consequences. This could be the worst fall. Well, public tells perspective we've ever had a new model, predicting places like Chicago, Baltimore and Boston could be emerging covert hot spots. At this hour. Smoke visible around much of Los Angeles is a brush fire in the lake Hughes area has grown to over 6000 acres, mandatory evacuations for some residents in the area on Wall Street. The Dow was up 289 points. Today. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Moh evening news. Good evening. Comeau. News Times 602 Still some sun around western Washington. We have 70 degrees downtown. I'm ELISA Jaffe. With Fanseyes here. The top stories from the coma, 24 7 News Center. Seattle School Board voted unanimously to start school remotely this fall for its 53,000 students Coma. Su Romero has the latest school superintendent, Denise Juno, recommended the move and reminded the board that it's a flexible template and that nothing is set in stone. It includes mandatory Koven safety measures, but board vice president Shandra Hampson had questions about weekly schedules an online learning limits. I remain incredibly concerned about the notion of 1027 hours and the use of what is effectively a brick and mortar schedule in a remote environment. The district says 80 to 90% of its students have adequate access to technology for the upcoming school year. The first day of school is scheduled for September 2nd. See Romero come on news encouraging news today from the state's top doctors and health experts in the fight against Cove in 19 But comas Keith Eldred says it also comes with a warning. The morning is if you don't stay mass step in social Distance. All this good news could turn bad. But let's get to that good news that covert case numbers are steadily.

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KOMO

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"shandra hampson" Discussed on KOMO

"And you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on coma for 06 With the scheduled first day of school just weeks away. There's still no decision yet from the Seattle school board on what Learning will look like for its 53,000 students this fall comes to Romero tells US board members are still going over a proposed plan from the district Superintendent Denise Juno, told the board. She supports remote learning for this fall, and her staff gave details that included mandatory health requirements to combat the spread of Cove it But the plans for tracking attendance and online hours or support for families were not detailed. For board Vice President Shandra Hampson. When will we actually see an actual proposal of here is the actual communications plan here is specifically how attendance is going to be taken in each school etcetera. The district said it would come back with more information next week. The board must still vote on this proposal. Sue Romero Comeau news students in the Oak Harbor school does search will begin the school year with a phased in approach the school board approving a plan that re evaluates case numbers for covert 19 every four weeks. If they have less than 50 cases per 100,000 people. Students in pre K up through fourth grade will be first to come back to days a week with three days a week of remote instruction on Lee. Half of those students will attend it one times. The classes will be small, so students can socially distance. Older grades will be then phased into classrooms for the same hybrid models so long as case counts of the virus remain low. And with a lot of school district's holding classes online this fall, some parents are creating what are called pandemic pods. They're essentially small groups of neighborhood kids learning together..

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