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Brace for a seesaw Seattle weather week, and don’t give up on spring yet
"4 30 am for construction work. I'm J. Phillips Co Moh 24 7, trapping Shannon O'Donnell with your co Moh forecast Everybody. It has been a beauty of a Tuesday. I think we needed that dry break out there to get back outdoors. Hopefully you did something outside and soaked up a little bit of that vitamin D Because here come the clouds again. They're filling in right now and buy it Wednesday morning. Most of us will see the rain, returning pretty quickly to Puget Sound and really do all the western Washington. Aside from the Cascades were over 3000 ft. It will be heavy snowfall instead of that steady rain. In fact, past travel going to be pretty implemented times throughout our Wednesday afternoon by Thursday, often on scattered showers and send
Snow and Storms For Seattle This Weekend
"Especially over the kids happen. Insulin in the South sound where in many cases we're going to dig out from under a foot of snow. Lighter amounts. In many cases, the closer you get to the Cascade foothills Snow winding down Saturday night, but another storm doing by Sunday in the Coma Weather Center, I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University
Smoke starting to clear out; Seattle air quality improving
"Turning to the weather. Tonight, some people in western Washington are finally getting a breath of fresh air. Because the air quality is improving across the Puget Sound region. Check out this map from the state Department of Ecology. It shows the air quality in our area improving ranging from good To unhealthy for sensitive groups. Let's get over to Shannon O'Donnell Mohr Rain this weekend, Shannon and what a breath of fresh air literally right so nice to see it. We've got our smoke cleaner at this point rolling through. It started last night. It continues right now, The biggest left over. Part of this is going to be the heavy rain at times. It's not the drizzle. We had a couple of days ago that just served a soap that smog you later make it sticky. This is the real deal that will help clean things out. Also the important factor the wind. We needed something to stir something up. So you can see that's happening out there tonight as well. With the breeze picking up the chance for lightning and hail, which had been pretty dominant here earlier in the game has lifted for the most part, everything settling down. You can see that we have a couple of slightly heavier showers, but nowhere near to the intensity we did earlier this evening. Most of those around Montesano and then back between two common Olympia. You've really had some heavy rain there around like still coming back toward DuPont Lacey into the north and also a pocket of leftover heavier showers around Stanwood and Camino Island. Those continue to wind down to so often on showers here for the hour by hour forecast that will take us past midnight and into this last weekend of summer. I'll let you know if that summer blue sky and sunshine will return in the rest of my forecast
Seattle Weather: Increasing Rain and a Possible Storm
"Hi everybody it is going to be damp at times as we head to the middle of the week we'll see rain steering back into western Washington by Wednesday afternoon so here we go again not nearly such as it was on Saturday but for me these disturbances definitely determined to keep coming in and usually that's not so much the case this time of year so look for increasing rain Wednesday scattered showers alternating with some some breaks on Thursday could see some thunder and lightning in the mix on Thursday afternoon as well in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell no no disturbance right now we have temperatures in the low to mid sixties around the central sound that includes sixty five in downtown Seattle komo news time five thirty
Outraged by Woodward book, Trump comments on libel laws
"Certainly plenty of buzz surrounding the upcoming release of Bob Woodward's book that offers an inside look at the Trump White House. In fact, it generated a recent conversation between Woodward and the president name sources, I've been naming the people are just say, you know, people have said I'd say two days following happened. Everyone including yourself. Quoted with the book fear Trump in the White House do out on the eleventh and excerpts already made public. The president is suggesting that libel laws be changed political reporter John Wagner wrote about this for his publication, the Washington Post, and he joins us on the KOMO Newsline. John, we appreciate your time very much. Thanks for having me before we get to this specific issue of libel laws. I wanna talk about someone who obviously is a major influence on your newsroom, and that's Bob Woodward as associate editor at the post, can you give people. An idea exactly what goes into his books. This is not the first one. He's written about a White House in terms of sourcing. Putting it all together before it is made available to the public. You're right. It's certainly not the first one he has written about presidents dating back to Richard Nixon and pretty much everyone in between now up until Donald Trump. The method generally uses is called deep background. He will talk to sources within and around the administration under condition that he can use their material. But most often they are not named. So that gets people to open up a little bit more, his interviews or can taped. So there is a record of everything that is said and from that that really becomes the source material for the book, I just wanted to provide that background because in one of those recorded conversations, we just heard a portion of the president actually praised Mr. Woodward. And of course, that tone has changed since yesterday in those excerpts came out in regards to libel laws. What exactly is the president saying? Tweet this. He said the same article or. Totally make up stories and quoting him here. Now for a picture of a person that is literally the exact opposite of the fact get away with it without your cost. Then he goes on to say, why Washington politicians libel laws? It's an interesting question because otherwise they're actually crafted at the state level, and he doesn't seem to be. You're interested in changing what happens in state legislature? So quickly. This course of action he's actually recommending so on a on a practical front. This is seems to be much more wish than reality. I think that's right. Very similar back in. Michael Wolff, fire and fury came out that also the unflattering picture of the White House, John Wagner. Good enough to join us political reporter with the
Facebook Just Shut Down Dozens of Fake Pages
"Weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell This past week Facebook shut down dozens of accounts for what it. Called coordinated inauthentic behaviour the move once again prompts the question how, is. Social media influencing our democracy this week ABC's Aaron. Katersky sat down with? The network's chief business economics and technology, correspondent Rebecca Jarvis, today. Further. Into the. Topic they discuss what Facebook is doing to try to get rid of these accounts Facebook has removed thirty two pages and accounts that were part of a coordinated. Politically subversive campaign potentially meant to mess with the midterm elections now just three months away so we want to get into how social media is influencing our. Democracy and to do that want to begin with, ABC's senior business and technology correspondent Rebecca Jarvis Rebecca these accounts had rather provocative names in some, cases what were they doing the resistors, was one of. The names so, it's It's amazing that these accounts lasted for the extent of. Time. That they did number of them were created in March of two. Thousand seventeen, they continuously were developed, until, may of this year they put out a number of, posts in, over ninety five hundred, posts took out, over one hundred and fifty ads were? Followed by two hundred ninety thousand people in one of the reasons that we learned that these accounts were. Being taken down by, Facebook is that one of the accounts was advertising an event in Washington DC. And very real people had responded to the event saying I will be there six hundred people responded instead they'd be there twenty six hundred others, were following that account. In that event real people nail people attending a real event that's right and Facebook has been. Reaching out to let them know what really happened that this was, being. Promoted by a bunch of trolls exactly fake accounts. Fake accounts that Facebook? Says aren't allowed on their site so, Facebook especially Because of the fact that these were a. Coordinated attack that's what what Facebook believes that this wasn't just one account all. Thirty two Facebook pages and accounts were working in concert with. Each other to do something now what that something. Is was it meddling or is it attempted meddling in. The midterm elections in November there's a suspicion that yes that very likely given the timing of the creation of the accounts has to do with why they were created at this point Facebook is still in the investigative face and they have been in an investigative phase throughout the platform for months now really since the Cambridge analytical, scandal came to light since Mark Zuckerberg the CEO and founder was on Capitol Hill earlier this year was called on lawmakers to, do more you're hearing more of those calls. Again to. Be clear Rebecca even though Facebook sort of gestured in the general direction of Russia they didn't point a decisive finger at Russia. For. These thirty two fake accounts yeah they said there were things that. Look similar, to To what they saw with. Russian IRA influence in the two thousand sixteen election because there, was that influence on Facebook Ben they said there were similarities and. Connections but at this point there are no Russian IP addresses associated with these. Particular. Accounts they went to great lengths to conceal the Even more so and that, was some interesting point that Facebook, maters that, the bad actors are getting better and better and that they are a determined well-funded and a constantly changing, of their tactics bunch which is what makes it more complicated business Facebook's argument. That. Makes it far more, complicated for Facebook to do anything but to your point about congress I mean if you look back, at, the questions that Facebook fielded when they were on. The hill earlier this year it doesn't really feel like congress has really gotten its head around this question either I say be skeptical don't believe everything that you read and today it's Russia tomorrow who knows what could be that's ABC's Aaron Katersky and.
Woman dies while hiking in Mount Rainier National Park
"ABC news Stay connected stay informed KOMO, news good. Afternoon it is four thirty one I'm Kelly Blair with the top. Local stories from the KOMO twenty, four seven, news center An elderly couple has been upgraded to satisfactory condition today the recovering at Harborview medical after being stabbed in their own home yesterday afternoon Bellevue police say female houseguests. Stabbed to seventy six year old woman in her eighty three year old. Husband police. Tell us the, woman tried to set several fires in the home police arrested her neighbors believe she may have been a transient. In, need so far no motive in that case firefighters are warning you to be extra careful next week because of the extra wins and all the dry brush already we have seen how dangerous and how fast flames can destroy a home last night on lake cabin on neighbors and fellow boaters jumped into action. To try and stop a, fire from spreading KOMO, Suzanne Phan reports from mount Vernon as, flames, ripped through this cabin and shoot up the trees on. Lake Cavanaugh some, voters watching horror witnesses. Say neighbors. And voters. Jumped in, to help. Fight the fire Steve Manny. Was on the water when he spotted the flames sit back here got, my sump pump And His daughter brother and neighbor all raised back over to the burning. Cabin pretty much half the house was. Gone the fire started over on that side and kind of took the whole. House they're Manny another's quickly got to. Work we came tried to get on the, dock and there are so many boats near helping the, fire both. Guy and so we pulled up on the shore started sump pump going and got it all spraying down as much as we could in a fire started over on that. Side so we brought the boat over there and started hosing down that. Side try to save the neighbors on this Sunday investigators are serving all the damage. Done the cabin was, destroyed but the neighbor's homes were. Spared I feel terrible for the people that own the. House and you, know I feel grateful for the neighbors were able to keep it from. Spreading maybe this will show the people how fast something can go up in flames and how easy it spreads That is. Komo's Suzanne Phan reporting the body of a hiker swept away in the white river at mount rainier has been recovered the national park service's says that the woman was hiking. By yourself on the northern loop trail Wednesday when she was swept downstream. While attempting to cross the Westbrook of the white river a group of hikers saw. The woman struggle and, try to reach your but couldn't. They hiked out and notified authorities rescuers searched for her. By land and, air until they found her body on Friday we know she was just. Twenty two years old a Chinese national here in the states going to college KOMO news time is four Time to check our roads and AAA traffic with Evans Smith or working on an emergency response on southbound five just before Northgate taking up the two right lanes traffic is backing up to, stay little bit behind this looks like it may have been a brush sponsor of some kind meanwhile. Working, on bit slowing southbound five going between STAN would and Marysville, down towards this Tom rivers where you're back. Up to speed about five still clearing out between Lacey and do Pont area as well our. Next supporters of four forty four seven Smith KOMO traffic meteorologist general Donald checks are forecast what's. The heat wave that just doesn't want to quit around here where even warmer than we were yesterday right on schedule low nineties, around downtown Seattle Bellevue and Bremerton today and low to, mid ninety s as the peak of the heat hits tomorrow we'll start, your road this heat a little bit as we head into the middle of the week finally a nice marine pushed by Wednesday. And Thursday with early clouds maybe even some welcome. Drizzle and afternoon clearing but that's still several days off in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell it is hot now currently mostly sunny and eighty seven. Degrees in Seattle governor Inslee says the Trump administration's announced twelve billion dollars. In, relief from tariffs won't do, much to help Washington farmers for apple producers have been hit our cherries they're gonna hit as well Inslee visited growers in the Yakima valley this week he points out the. Announced federal subsidies targets soybean dairy, and, pork farmers the head, of the. Washington State Department of, transportation has some rough news for drivers hoping for relief from bad traffic it's not happening komo's Charlie Harger reports speaking at an industry conference washed chief Roger Millar tells his colleagues from around the country in essence traffic is lousy around here in big, old highways aren't going to fix it in fact congestion is using his words here is a problem. We, simply cannot solve according to meeting notes published by the American, Association of state highway and transportation officials Millar, says big problem is that people around here can't afford to Live near where we. Work so, we're driving along way answer, he says is to. Come up with new approaches to solving the, state's transportation woes but that's going to take time and money. Something taxpayers, might not be eager to tackle Charlie harder KOMO news And. Water has become a hot commodity among the, homeless during our current heat, wave which it'd mcadams with the downtown union gospel. Mission says they're handing out bottled water downtown and have sent. Out, a fleet of vans to distribute. Water to the city's homeless encampments we. Go through cases in. Cases of it not only the hydration center but also with the, vans and stuff like that we're going. To at least fifty cases of. Water a day wow most people living on the streets don't, have a place. To cool off let alone get water mcadam says they do this whenever. It gets above eighty five degrees the outpouring of support for fallen officer Diego marina continues, in Kent yesterday the community rallied at. A blood, drive in his honor komo's Mitch Pittman reports he. Was memorialized in a way that. Will save the lives of others the ultimate goal of those who put on the. Uniform Mr. protect and save lives officer Diego. Marino gave his own for that 'cause today his community, came to So more lives can be saved in, his name we're having our, second annual battle of the badges contest for blood. Donations started last year in the event pits police against firefighters. In, a friendly competition of who can. Bring out more donors but this year. It's all in honor. Of Marino so sad so sad but we wanted to bring up, and say thank you for all you. Did and we want to give. Back to his in his community every donation could save.
Powerful Storm Hits Disaster Ravaged Japan
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U.S. Gov't misses Tuesday deadline for immigrant family reunification
"News hi everybody it is tuesday morning we're plowing through the workweek slowly but surely right and we start to plow through the cloud cover today as well we had a touch of it last night with those passing showers but now we're punching holes in it chimps eventually back into the fifties this morning and then warming into the seventies this afternoon with partial afternoon clearing we continue to crank up the mercury little by little this week back to about eighty on wednesday mid eighties as it gets warmer still for thursday good for water skiing in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news the two men accused of murder in the deaths of two people in snohomish county appeared in court for the first time yesterday last sunday a man's body was found near blue still park in arlington he'd been beaten and shot several times two days later another man was found beaten shot and stabbed to death near an abandoned building in mukilteo paper show detectives believed the two are related the judge denied bail a man was arrested saturday accused in the february shooting death of a sixteen year old boy in south seattle the shooting happened in the south park neighborhood of seattle the twentysevenyearold now being held onto million dollars bail the government admits it will not be able to meet today's court ordered deadline to reunite immigrant families komo's lamonica peters is at the northwest detention center in tacoma says still dozens of parents are hoping to see their children soon so the governments had plenty of notice that they need to take action to prepare the families to be reunified the northwest immigrant rights project says two hundred people were brought to washington state after being detained at the border but their children were sent to other states under trump's zero tolerance immigration policy arrived at the border with first certificates with passports with the identification that proves that in fact they are the mother of the child and the government confiscate those documents the white house now says it needs more time to administer dna tests on the children before they return to their parents we've met several women in tacoma who wanted to give up on their claims because they could not bear being separated from their children they said deport as just give me my child back into coma lamonica peter's komo news to climbers are safe after rescuers reached them and bring them to safety on mount baker develop him herald says the search team from naval air station would be island rescued the injured climbers near the ten thousand seven hundred and eighty one foot peak sunday afternoon starting in two thousand nineteen seattle city light customers will be paying higher rates the city council approved a utility rate increase yesterday city light says it has to increase rates by thirty percent over the next six years to cover expenses even after the mayor ordered the utility to scale back its a regional spending plan council member theresa moscato says the plan includes a rate structure overhaul i think is a great opportunity for us to look at greater flexibility particularly in the first year to make adjustments to the revenue path following their analysis and give us the option of considering a new rate design in two thousand nineteen means the typical customers bill will.
Indiana, Trudeau and Prime Minister discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Fours seattle bainbridge island ferry runs still a few minutes behind schedule indiana quarter of san juan pretty much the same thing in lilla on the olympic peninsula us one still a collision that is blocking the northbound lanes and looks as though construction is really slowing things on southbound four zero five at about one twelfth that's pretty heavy stop and go otherwise looking good on i five north and south to seattle tacoma everett and olympia your next report at twelve thirty four i'm mike conklin komonews hi everybody it is the second half of this june weekend it's going to turn out a lot like the first widely scattered showers could become locally heavy with some thunder lightning or hail and it'll be cool temps only on either side of sixty that keeps snow level way down to four thousand feet so anybody up in the higher country doing some backpacking or some hiking may have to deal with some increment weather from time to time to her back to work in school we do start to break backup highs in the upper sixties by monday in a couple of weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell now your political insights from abc news the president off to singapore this weekend for the historic meeting with kim jong on on monday republican senator john mccain writing that president trump's push to let putin back into the g seven's of bad idea saying vladimir putin disqualified his country after invading ukraine and next in crimea and standing behind his country's assassinations and cyberattacks senator mccain saying president trump is now favoring countries that are us adversaries and treating american allies with contempt after trading sharp trade accusations canada's prime minister trudeau and president trump stood together at the g seven summit the relationship is probably better as good or better than seven days trudeau saying they want to end the trade hostilities dot elected on commitment the middle class and help those working hard to join it publicly criticizing.
Washington, President and Kim Jong discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Hi everybody at a saturday night here in western washington it was a cool and unsettled day we had lots of thunder and lightning and hail out there things will simmer down a little bit here as we head dubar into the after dark hours but still going to be a little bit on the race side from time to time we'll see occasional shower still alternating with some sunny breaks on sunday some of the lingering showers again tomorrow could again include some hail and thunder lightning and highs will struggle to get to past sixty it does warm up a little bit more as things dry out monday but we'll see increasing clouds tuesday in some rain back by early wednesday in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell now your political insights from abc news the president off to singapore this weekend for the historic meeting with kim jong on on monday republican senator john mccain writing the president trump's push to let putin back into the g seven's a bad idea saying vladimir putin disqualified his country after invading ukraine and next in crimea and standing behind him his country's assassinations and cyberattacks senator mccain saying president trump is now favoring countries that are us adversaries and treating american allies with contempt after trading sharp trade accusations canada's prime minister trudeau and president trump stood together at the g seven summit relationship is probably better as good or better than seven days trudeau saying they want to end the.
Anthony Bourdain’s death means loss of a voice for immigrant workers
"And shannon o'donnell as the weather happy saturday everybody as promised it's a little unsettled out there right at sunny one moment than sherry the next some of the showers locally heavy with some thunder lightning and hail all possible as we head into the evening hours temperatures today coolish fifties to about sixty we'll keep it about the same level on sunday still lingering showers tomorrow again they could be locally heavy but a few more sun breaks in the cards as well in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell to moment tacoma's partly sunny and fifty eight everett cloudy and fifty seven and light rain in fifty eight in downtown seattle komo news time four thirty six the sudden death of celebrity chef anthony bourdain is like a gut punch to the culinary world according to those in the industry officials say died from an apparent suicide in france komo news tammy matassa has more with the local chef who spent time with bourdain reflecting on the loss restaurant marsh aon bainbridge island had always hoped he might come here and see marsh greg atkinson is still wrapping his mind around the sudden death of celebrity chef anthony bourdain a manny had history with and shared a great love of culinary authenticity very sad right away and then when i learned he'd taken his own life that made it even more difficult shove atkinson says when anthony bourdain came to seattle to promote his best selling book kitchen confidential in two thousand borden asked to meet atkinson while he was the executive chef at kandla out of all the traits atkinson remembers about tony adventurous global ambassador he says his kindness stood out the most immediately established a great rapport with all my loved him at first sight and then he's speaking spanish with the dishwashers and just being his wonderful cells would later come back to seattle to film cnn's parts unknown atkinson things about tony's legacy with gratitude for what he did for the industry and the world we've lost an icon but i like to imagine that maybe now he belongs to the ages komo's tammy mutasa reporting we were there for a touching moment in kent last night as tenyearold riley carter was reunited with your dog after a terrifying adventure.
Cocaine Laced With Deadly Opioid Is Hitting NYC
Trump hints at longer path for North Korea to denuke
"Everybody saturday night here in the city by the sound with starry skies at the moment but we're going to see an increasing overcast check out there as we head into the overnight and into sunday morning area pressure spinning around offshore is going to spend right over the top of us as we head into the second half of the weekend and that will give us a picture out there that's decidedly different than the first step for the weekend turned out instead of the blue skies is in the seventies we'll see gray skies attempts dropping down to either side of sixty so quite a cool change but also with a chance for rain especially after the lunch hour and into the afternoon and especially from seattle north toward the canadian border look for an increasing chance for rain later in the day in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twists and turns in the nuclear talks between the united states and north korea big news breaking late in the week abc's aaron katersky has a closer look with karen travers the face to face meeting between president trump and kim jong un is back on for june twelfth in singapore the president said that it's when and where a process would start aimed at denude rising the korean peninsula we talked about a lot of things we really did let the big the big deal will be on on june twelfth and again it's a process doesn't go we're not gonna sign what not going to go in and sign something on june twelfth that we never were we're going to start a process i think they'd like to see something happen and if we can work that out be president trump said he looks forward to the day when he can take the sanctions off of north korea though he appeared to downplay expectations for the summit saying we're not going to go in and sign something.
Mustang, Focus crossover will be only Ford models on the market in North America by 2020
"The home by midnight in response to russia's alleged role in a nerve agent attack in britain us officials say it appears the russians did vacate leaving behind bags of treaded paper and garbage in the alley russian officials cried foul cindy was overstepped its bounds but the state department says they followed the law even asking the russian consulate to join them for the walk through which they declined we have a responsibility to protect and preserve the property and the only way that we had to begin that operation was to break in did not give us any other option the property will now now be guarded for the foreseeable future we're also learning more about the dozens of russian diplomats the us expelled last month cnn sources say some of them are suspected spies who might have been tracking russian defectors and their families in the us the cia and the whitehouse have declined to comment on that report next time you go to a car dealership some big name cars might be missing today ford announced it's dropping all that two of its cars in north america let's pull up their lineup online the only one on this list that will still be around is the mustang an upcoming focus active will also be on the market the fiesta taurus fusion and the regular focus will all disappear ford says most north americans are buying suv's and trucks so scaling back on sedans should save the company some money adds up tonight we're about to hit the peak of our little spring warm up tomorrow shaping up to be the hottest day yet let's get straight to shannon o'donnell for look at.
Shannon O'donnell, Julia Runyon and Johnny Radke discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"And showers backed by friday night into the weekend in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell sixty four right now in seattle fire investigators checking if there's any connection between a house fire and suspicious criminal activity across the street at this point the cause of the devastating fire is still mystery come keith eldridge reports from olympic view drive with the latest on that investigation the fire on puget sound inlet just west of downtown gig harbor tore through the manning family's home we were praying praying that there was no nobody hurt julia runyon live just across the water and it was really sad and amazing to see something happening like that in our neighborhood fortunately nobody was home the owners were out of town we never like see this kind of loss in our community is dramatic for everybody involved and it always hits us hard we see people's belongings where they lived go up the cause so far unknown but some suspicious activity was taking place at the same time across the street's very scary johnny radke says it's obvious someone tried to get into her home because she never leaves the sliding screen door open so somebody did that as you said someone had messed with the control box turned over some kayaks and left a glove behind next to her the homeowner says someone slipped into her home and took a laptop and other items while a fire was burning and she was evacuated but at this point investigators do not know if the burglaries and the fire are connected the fire investigators been on scene trying to figure out what causes it here if there's any connection to the home was being burglarized next door gig harbor keith eldridge komo news personnel of entered what was the russian consulate mansion in seattle the facility had been ordered closed in the aftermath of the spy poisoning scandal in great britain officials with the state department tell us they entered this morning to secure the facility and ensure russian officials had vacated the premises russian personnel had until eleven fifty nine last night to vacate the consulate there's another faster way to get from seattle to vancouver and it comes complete with water front view come loose jeff pohjola explains starting tomorrow kenmore air will offer daily flights from lake union.
Democratic Party sues Russia, Trump campaign and WikiLeaks alleging 2016 campaign conspiracy
"Sunday night here in the great pacific north western it is going to be a beautiful spring week ahead we've got starry skies taking shape for the overnight temperatures will drop down to either side a forty by dawn on monday morning and then we're off to the races in terms of a warm temps coming up to either side of seventy already by monday and we keep climbing sunshine and mid to even upper seventies for the bulk of the mid week especially worn by wednesday and thursday you're not a fan heatwave tips over by friday with showers back friday night in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell this week with george stephanopoulos starts right now legal landmine for president trump michael cohen flipped his personal attorney under pressure after those f b i rates the president takes to twitter to puck up michael cohen and blessed his critics so we'll go and fight with trump or cooperate with prosecutors what will that mean for the president and the muller probe could more dropping shoes provoke an explosive response from president trump faint law professor alan dershowitz joins our legal experts to analyze the case from every angle plus the dnc chair now suing the trump campaign over ties to russia and the north korean summit hopefully that meeting will be a great success kim jongun announcing tests freeze closes a nuclear site trump hails the progress but what's behind kim jong un's new moves should president trump offer new concessions in return with the summit takes place isn't an opportunity or trapped those questions ahead for the chair of the senate foreign relations committee bob corker plus all the week's politics on our powerhouse roundtable will break down the politics smokeout the spin the facts matter this week from abc news this week now she banker george stephanopoulos good morning hope you well this sunday morning it was another consequential week for president trump with progress towards an unprecedented nuclear son with north korea that is more likely now after new moves from kim jong un well a lot more on that later but here at home there are new legal complications for the president and his allies on several fronts on friday the democratic national committee filed a surprise lawsuit argument the trump campaign was engaged.
"39 Days": How Parkland shooting survivors turned grief into action
"Hi everybody at saturday night here in the great pacific northwest at still chilly out there temperatures will drop to or below freezing in many of the outlying areas and even seattle drops into the mid thirties so jacket weather for sure on this march saturday night couple of isolated showers which could still include a little bit of snow but they become fewer numbers we head into our sunday morning by sunday afternoon slim chance for some showers highs back on either side of fifty in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news with calls for action and activism tens of thousands of people marched all over our great nation demanding an end to gun violence and mass shootings in schools young people speaking their minds it was a day of inspiration a data remember a time to look to the future in washington dc where parkland school shooting survivors were joined by hundreds of thousands of people we begin with one surprise speaker martin luther king junior's granddaughter you'll onda renee king that his children will not be judged by the color their skin but by the content of their character between that enough to see the movement that's going on to see the kids leading the adults you know leading the politicians it's inspiring and i'm very optimistic i really do believe there's going to be changed i really do think we can do something six minutes and twenty seconds with an ar fifteen and my friend carmen would never complain to me about practice aaron fights would never call kira miss sunshine these walkouts have been criticized they've been told that is a disruptions of the educational process and i say to them the real disruption to the educational process is staring down the barrel of a gun bullets started flying in and i was third classroom today one of my follow fellow fallen ego named nncholas dora it would have been his eighteenth birthday today and i dedicate my march to him i watch for years go by continues to take a toll on communities across the country for me i would like to not worry about dying focus on math and science and pre in basketball with my friends me and my friend carter led a walkout early on the.