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Inslee warns of new Washington restrictions
"In the state. They will remain under current restrictions until at least January 25th comas, Nick popping reports that some counties are worried about being group with other counties if their case counselor better than theirs. He spoke with Snohomish County executive Dave Summers. So Summers knows that quelling the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are Connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. You know, it's ah, natural flow for us to work with King and Pierce. Katie Curtis was Snohomish Health District says It makes good sense to be grouped like this because of the proximity and how much those businesses are intertwined Lot of our hospital systems. Um, are kind of spanning across those county Porter's anyways. But if push comes to shove, insta Home ish start seeing success like they did earlier in the pandemic. We would also be watching to see how this impacts numbers County. But right now, the hope is that all these counties continue to keep following these safety protocols and hopefully increase vaccine distribution, the county says. Based on current projections. The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, until significant changes and increases take place not only for the state of Washington, but for Snohomish County as well, Nick problem Come on yours. Record surge in
Fresh update on "snohomish county" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"97 7 Good evening is 11 32 36 in Seattle. I'm Charlie Harder in for Art Sanders tonight. Now look at the day's top local stories. One Puget Sound Region County has seen a sharp drop in its new coronavirus case rates the comas, Ryan Harris tells US health officials worry the UK vary. It will send it in the other direction. Snohomish County's two week new case rate has dropped from 376 to 253 per 100,000 people with hospitalizations and deaths still high, but also down significantly. How do you help Officer Dr Chris Spitter says the two people confirmed with the UK variant have recovered and only had mild or no symptoms. But there was no travel involved with these cases, either the ill persons traveling themselves or being exposed to people who had recently travel so we know they acquired the infection. Instant home is Cameron Spitter says the current estimate is that 0.2% of covert cases in Washington are the UK strain, so he's concerned that since it's slightly more transmissible, it could drive numbers and ultimately Hospitalizations and deaths back up. So, he says, we have to keep up the same protective measures in Snohomish County. Ryan Harris CAMO News Washington Farmers say they support two bills in Olympia that would keep them from having to pay overtime back pay to farm workers. Kummel soon Romero has more November, the state Legislature overturned a 60 year old law exempting farm workers from over time, the group save family farming says. Since then, producers have been slapped with 24 lawsuits from across the state and from Calif. Orania demanding back overtime pay for workers from the last three years. April Clayton is a fruit grower in eastern Washington having to pay retroactively. Three years of overtime will be the nail in the coffin that ruins the apple industry in Washington state. The group is backing to companion bills in Olympia that would grant farmworkers overtime pay moving forward since the law changed, but not retroactively. Farmers say that could cost them millions of dollars. To Romero camo news. At 11 34. We checked Homo traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's J. Phillips in Bellevue, the right lane of North Bound I for all five is closed for construction at Richard's Road until 5 a.m. also involve you. The right lane of eastbound 5 20 is closed between 1 48. And 40th Street and part of the same project that you found 5 20 off ramp to 1. 48 is also closed until about 5 A.m. I'm J. Phillips Co.
Long lines during COVID-19 vaccine rollout
"At this. This new drone video shows long lines in a new vaccination drive. Thru cited swim. Pushed of accident is ramping up in Washington, and we've now learned the federal reserves are empty Comes Patrick Quinn live tonight with what this means for our ST Patrick. Preston and we took talked with deal which officials tonight they actually learned from media reports that the federal reserves are empty. And what that means is Washington and really every state. They were banking on getting more vaccine in the coming weeks. However, tonight it looks like that's not gonna happen. Thousands backed up in a new drive thru citing squint to get their arms on the vaccine. The demand is evident, but the feds stockpile is empty. It's disappointing because we I thought we're going to get this. This new influx of vaccine coming in. It does not look like that is what will be happening. Lauren jinx with the Department of Health said. Operation Warp Speed verified Washington will still get the same amount of doses as in recent weeks, just gnome or To reach her immunity. The state needs more King County health officer Dr Jeff Duchin. It's incredibly frustrating. I mean, we need doses here to vaccinate, eligible and at risk People King and Pierce County or hoping to open mass vaccination sites in the coming weeks. Snohomish County just opened three drive through sites, but a spokesperson told me quote The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, unless significant increases in vaccine distribution to Washington and Snohomish County happened, Jenks with DEA Wait said Despite the state not guaranteed additional doses in the coming days, Washington will still move to phase one B one, allowing those 70 and older and in multigenerational families. To get vaccinated. But statewide, health officials say it's unclear just how delayed distribution will be by not being truthful or transparent about how much vaccine is available is eyes just a heartbreaking turn today. And you saw that crazy drone video with all those cars and line shot by shot by James Castel. I'm told right now as we speak, there are people waiting in line in swim to get vaccinated tomorrow. I'm told right now through next week, they have enough doses, but after that, they really just
Fresh update on "snohomish county" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Governor Jay Inslee is excited about word from the feds that Cove it. Vaccine allocations will go up by more than 15%, and that Washington state will know about the amount to be delivered within three weeks. Notice that they're giving a certainty of those delivery because our providers have been bedeviled with uncertainty and unpredictability of the delivery schedules. Initially did not directly answer whether he'd shut the state down again. If one of the cove it various spread out of control. The main takeaway from the discovery of the UK covert variant in Washington is that we need to continue to prevent transmission, says one county health officer Moore from comas. Ryan Harris, Homeless County health officer, Dr Chris Spitter says it's a relief. The new case rate hospitalizations and deaths are down sharply. But he says the U K strain here is more reason to keep our distance. Get vaccines out of Soon as possible and even try wearing double masks. Spitter says The current estimate is 0.2% of cases in Washington are the UK variants. It is highly likely that other cases exist and will be found through ongoing surveillance. While this is a cause for concern, there's no need for us to get alarmed. As for vaccines, County leaders say they've been a squeaky wheel and have seen their supply increase, but that it's still not enough. Now, the executive Dave Summer says If they could get 50001st doses a week they could vaccinate everyone in the county in less than 20 weeks. In Snohomish County, Brian Harris come Onis, Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell are recommending a pair of first for Washington state's two U. S attorney posts. Democrats are suggesting Nick Brown, a former counsel to Governor, Jay Inslee, he would be the first black U. S attorney in Western Washington. To also say Vanessa Waldrip, Justice Department, environmental lawyer and former prosecutor would be a good choice to head up the Eastern district. She'd be the first woman to head the office in Spokane, U. S attorneys are typically replaced when a new presidential administration takes office. Jeff Pooja look, come on. News lawmakers heard plenty of input on a bill that bans open weapons at the state Capitol in public protest toe. Cui's act with the National Rifle Association took issue with 1000 FT. Distance required between someone with an open carry gun and demonstrations. One person second minute, right? Solely on the basis of another person, three football fields away exercising his or her First Amendment rights, But Seattle police chief Adrian DS welcome favor of the bill, citing firsthand experience of the Second Amendment rights. The presence of firearms at large gatherings have created significant dangers. Lawmakers will consider the Senate bill on Thursday. Come on his time. 10 34 couple traffic every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Law Group.
Strong winds knock out power across Snohomish County, Camano
"Sinking a concrete pier and nearly taking a tugboat down with it. Coast Guard Petty Officer Trevor Lilburn. Well, the tugboat was the Helen s. And Yeah, I got pulled halfway under the water. By the concrete pier. Commercial fishing boat also pulled loose from its mooring and eventually ran aground and a retired coast guard cutter nearly suffered the same fate. Petty Officer Lilburn says it's highly unusual for a concrete pier to break loose and sink. But winds were gusting above 60 miles an hour. Mail truck drivers
Fresh update on "snohomish county" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"These workers Were called Our heroes deserve more than $7.25 an hour. The 7 25 federal minimum has been in place since 2009 Democratic representative paramilitary giant Paul notes What happened when her district Seattle enacted a $15 minimum. Our economy grew at three times the rate of the median US city critics of the way trying to say it would actually hurt low income workers by eliminating jobs they might qualify for. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news We've reached out to Washington. Three Republican members of Congress representatives Cathy McMorris, Rodgers, Jamie Herrera, Butler and Dan Newhouse for their reaction to the possible $15 an hour federal minimum wage. None of them have responded yet, but all three voted against nearly identical measure in 2019. One future Sound Region County has seen a sharp drop in its new coronavirus case rate. But come on, Ryan Harris says health officials are worried the UK variant will send it in the other direction. Snohomish County's two week new case rate has dropped from 376 to 253 per 100,000 people with hospitalizations and deaths still high but also down significantly. How do you help Officer Dr Chris Spitter says the two people confirmed with the UK variant have recovered and only had mild or no symptoms. But there was no travel involved with these cases either the ill persons traveling themselves or being exposed to people who had recently travel so we know they acquired the infection. Insta Ho, Miss Cameron Spinner says The current estimate is that 0.2% of covert cases in Washington are the UK strain, so he's concerned that since it's slightly more transmissible It could drive numbers and ultimately, hospitalizations and deaths back up. So, he says, we have to keep up the same protective measures in Snohomish County. Ryan Harris Co Moh news coming up efficient, streamlined vaccinations with no waste. I'm Brian Calvert, with Washington County, setting the bar for the rest of the country first, though one.
Storm overnight causes power outages, some school closures
"We do have a couple of school closures to let you know about because of power outages. No in person classes today, it's Kent Prairie Elementary in the Arlington School district. And also the Lakewood School district of Snohomish County School is closed today. No in person or distance learning because of power
Fresh "Snohomish County" from Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
"Congestion, and it's happening behind the scenes in the Legislature's. The governor tried to figure out which highway projects can afford to be paused his Cris Element, governor, Inslee told the Department of Transportation to put the bidding process on hold for projects that did not meet his directive to focus more money. And attention to fish passage transportation projects, Then wash godhead. Roger Miller came up with a list of nine transportation projects that did not meet the current criteria. And they include the Gateway project, which we have talked about a lot. That's the finishing of 167 to pile up and 55 and 509 there through the port of Tacoma, and then the I five projects in Marysville that we've also talked about that would add a new on an off ramp. For my five there at 5 to 9. Those air two huge podge of projects that those areas have fought for years to get funded, and they were projects that were funded under the 2015 connecting Washington Transportation plan. Life fair. Kim Roscoe testified before the House Transportation Committee last week, asking lawmakers to reconsider. It is ironic, though, and incredibly counterproductive that a project so pivotal pivotal to economic recovery, so instrumental to completing a direct connection into a world class container cargo port. And one that will help bring so many thousands of new jobs into our state would have the pause button hit on it now pushing the pause. Button does not cancel the project, but it stops the bidding process from beginning So what we're looking at is because of the uncertain financial picture and the budgets that are still being hammered out in Olympia. The rationale is, let's not commit dollars right now to projects that might not be there when we finished the budgets, which will come at the end of the session, so they're trying to provide some flexibility here but to come, a City Council member, Christina Walker, is concerned that will really hurt the projects. Despite our current financial challenges, the city of coma and other local governments are making our payments as agreed upon, and we're concerned that the delay will only in Greased the construction costs. And when she talks about the city of Tacoma making payments, there are a lot of local, federal, local and federal dollars that have been put together in a lot of these projects. So, for instance, they've been raising money throughout Pierce County to make sure that they can have some local funding that goes to that Gateway project for the Gateway Project. It's about $200 million that they believe could be at risk. Well, the Washington says no, it this point. There's no risk to any of the fund federal local funding. They don't believe that's an issue. But it's something that those council members there in that affected area wanted to bring up Former state senator and current Pierce County Council member, Han Zeiger help move this Gateway project up a couple years ago. And he says this pauses really going back on what people were promised. So many people are expecting that this is gonna happen, and I think to put it on pause is just the wrong wrong choice. During this time, there was similar testimony about the pausing the Snohomish County projects, including that 5 to 9 interchange. Now Governor Inslee's two year budget contains $726 million for fish passage work That's nearly triple what was in the current budget. Now nobody disputes that keeping up with the fish passage. Work is necessary and Considering there was a federal court order that is mandating it. House Democrats have proposed putting $3.5 billion toward the effort over 16 years, so not necessarily the amount of dollars that the governor wants in there, so I asked the governor's office. You'll kind of explain what what you're doing here give give us the rationale, and you know why these were put on the PAS list, especially since they're considered so vital to economic recovery. I got this statement from Debbie Driver. She's the governor's transportation policy advisor. And she said, We've heard concerns from legislators regarding Our plan to pause advertising. A number of transportation projects were reviewed reviewing the short term pause, and we're going to be working closely what transportation leaders in the House and Senate to find an alternative approach, so it's possible that the pause button may not in, you know entirely be set down on these things, so it's kind of a moving target, but it's something that is going on in a couple of projects that I know are very vital to our region ones we've highlighted before. Happened to be on that list. So that's kind of what caught our attention. Right? What's your traffic headline Traffic headline is continuing to be the kind of the mystery slowing on South Bound. I five as you work your way down through shoreline. I'll tell you about it Next. This is Cairo. Radio. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. 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Washington reports 2,998 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours
"3000 more covert cases reported in the state. On Saturday, State health officials reported 2998 new cases in 214 hospitalizations that brings the state's total case numbers to more than 268,000. We're two weeks removed from the Christmas holiday, but so far no significant spike in covert cases in the state comas Nick Pompom reports. Overall case rates have actually dropped over the last week, he talked with King County executive Dow Constantine. We can do it. Let's just have people getting tired, and they're getting numb because even as the state is seeing smaller case rates as a whole places like Pierce County are seeing averages that are still well over 400. I think this is just a reminder for everyone. That until everyone gets a vaccine, regardless of fewer cases or hospitalizations, it can change in an instant. If we let our guard down, we've got to keep that up. Right now. The light is at the end of the tunnel keep of supporting each other, and one of the requirements for areas to move on. To phase two is to be able to get a 10% decrease. In their case rate, and we'll see how long it will take for the Puget Sound region, which is King Pierce in Snohomish County to be able to move on to phase two.
While Covid case rates have dropped in Washington, averages remain high in Seattle area
"Removed from the Christmas holiday, But so so far far no no significant significant spike spike in in covert covert cases cases in in the the state state comas comas Nick Nick Pompom Pompom reports. reports. Overall Overall case case rates rates have have actually actually dropped dropped over over the the last last week, week, he he talked talked with with King King County County executive executive Dow Dow Constantine. Constantine. We can do it. Let's just have people getting tired, and they're getting none, because even as the state is seeing smaller case rates as a whole, places like Pierce County are seeing averages that are still well over 400. I think this is just a reminder for everyone that until everyone gets a vaccine, regardless of fewer cases or hospitalizations, it can change in an instant. If we let our guard down, we've got to keep that out. Right now. The light is at the end of the tunnel keep of supporting each other and one of the requirements for areas to move on to phase two. Is to be able to get a 10% decrease in their case rate and we'll see how long it will take for the Puget Sound region, which is King Pierce in Snohomish County to be able to move on to phase two.
New listings of homes for sale fell 43% last month in Seattle's King County compared to October
"Sales for Seattle area homes slowed during the winter months, but his comes Eric Hynes reports would be home buyers aren't seeing much of a break The Northwest multiple listing service reports new listings of homes for sale fell 43% of King County, 44% in Snohomish County and 35% in Pierce County from October to November. You were sales took place is well. The number of pending sales and King County alone fell about 27%. Home prices actually edged down by 2% in King and Snohomish County's November But in Pierce County prices went up 3.5%. Compared to this time a year ago, the median sale price and King County in November was up 10%.
Two-week COVID-19 new case rate up 20% in Seattle area's Snohomish County
"Rate is up. Another 20% 20% and and 80% 80% of of the the airborne airborne isolation isolation ICU ICU rooms rooms are are occupied. occupied. Snohomish Snohomish County County Health Health officer, officer, Dr Dr Chris Chris Spitters Spitters says says hospitals hospitals can can re re engineer engineer some some rooms rooms to isolation rooms, but they're also worried about a shortage of health care workers to staff. Um Spitters says the county tested 13,000 people last week. But he says 90% of those were people with symptoms that suggest that the system is being stressed in terms of providing testing that everyone who wants it, But we're still much better off than we were last spring, and the health district's continued to work to expand and provide more testing sites. Says supplies of personal protective equipment is adequate for now, but that those supplies won't last indefinitely. So, he says, we have to turn things around what started as an attempted to you. Why stop ends with an effort man charged with shooting
Seattle - Lake Stevens man arrested after pursuit with Snohomish sheriff’s deputies
"Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is a 40 year old Lake Stevens man is under arrest of his shooting A deputy's late last night, according to the sheriff's office. Deputies tried to pull the man over, but he jumped out of his car on Mill Point drive and fired shots of deputies. No one was hit. Deputies say that man entered someone's garage in the home owner called 911. A short time Later, deputies had the man in custody.
Seattle - Western Washington reports 1.4% Covid infection rate
"The virus is spreading across our state. The infection rate or the number of folks getting infected by a person with the virus in Western Washington is around. 1.4, Snohomish County's executive says it can't be a singular effort to fend off this virus. That county's positivity rate right now is nearly 10%. The state wants that number to be below 2%. Pierce County is also seeing a surge in covert cases. The county reported 411 new cases on Saturday. Pierce County health officials say more people are getting tested, and it's mobile sites, which created additional delays in processing and reporting. Still, the county says Saturday's case count is likely an undercount. One school
Black Friday crowds thin as shoppers go online to avoid virus
"Out. out. There's There's just just not not as as many. many. There's There's not not a a lot lot of of chaos, chaos, the the frenzy frenzy that that we've we've seen seen in years past that's not there. If anything, the pandemic is more just paving the way for people and businesses to start really opting for online shopping, And we really saw that this year, maybe even more than in years past despite baby the lower turnout, then normal physically, the National Retail Federation projects how Today sails across the country will actually increase this year. I have to 5.2% We talked with shoppers on a different black Friday shopping spree is usually a group of seven of us way go, but with the pandemic we didn't do that. We are trying to avoid mass crowds. We're not going out to a bunch of stories like we normally would just the one and that was this intimate that we heard from talking with shoppers a lot more calculation, a lot more buying online and then coming to pick up a big trend. Don Imus have seen throughout the pandemic. That's Cuomo's Patrick Quinn reporting There is a push in Snohomish County aimed at getting people to shop locally this holiday
Seattle - Snohomish County deputy charged with child rape
"Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies accused of rape involving a teenage girl he met online. The Herald says 26 year old Anthony Zias has been charged with third degree rape and was placed on administrative leave in August. Charging papers say Zs met the girl on tinder Where is she used a fake name and claimed to be 19. Documents say she was 14 told police Js gave her alcohol. The rape charge was submitted Friday. Instead, Amish County Superior Court.
Some Monroe teachers refuse to return to classrooms amid COVID-19 concerns
"In monroe school district in snohomish county. The district has been holding kindergarten and some special education services in personal ready and this week. The district plan to add first grade but the teachers union said that now is not the time there have been concerns in that district. About how transparent district is being with staff and families about the classes that have been quarantined due to an individual kobe case the union says the district has not been delivering. Pd staff uniformly as it has promised to do. And the union points to the agreement made between the district and the union signed over the summer. That said kobe related school. Decisions would be made in partnership with the union so teachers said they would not come back to the classroom this week. Yes the district. Yesterday told first grade teachers. They could face termination if they didn't report to their schools. Starting today some teachers stayed home anyway and some went to work by the whole situation has made some parents uncomfortable. And they're keeping their first graders home until the district and union resolve their
Snohomish County, NE of Seattle, sees dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases
"CASE numbers are shooting through the roof in Snohomish County, where the health officer says They're explosive and increasing by 50% per week. Dr. Tom Tosha is the chief of Community health center of Snohomish County and says they're seeing huge jumps in the number of patients and tests they've conducted. And they're concerned about clinics and hospitals being overwhelmed. The virus is a force of nature. It's like rain or the wind. We can't stop it. Being around. We can't protest. It's gonna spread and we need do everything we can to prevent that spread to interrupt that spread so far. The Snohomish Health District is not changing its guidance when it comes to schools, But they are pleading with you to help keep your Thanksgiving celebrations and all other contacts to a minimum to slow the spread of the virus.
Big COVID outbreak at Josephine Caring Community in Stanwood north of Seattle
"100 people are part of a covert 19 outbreak at a long term care for Facility in Snohomish County, almost cold Miller reports from Stan Wood, where the virus is spreading rapidly at the Josephine Caring community 94 cases of the virus 53 residents infected along with 41 staff members
COVID-19 rates hit record high in Seattle area's Snohomish County
"County four times higher than just a month and a half ago, prompting a plea from health officials there will sue Romero with the latest health officer, Dr Chris Peter, says the county infection rate is now nearly 190 cases per 100,000 people That's up from 50 cases just six weeks ago, he says. Hospitalizations are also up, and he fears an impending crisis if hospital capacity has reached sometimes, even though hospitals have beds. They don't have the people to put next to the bed to take care of the patient, Spitters says. Outbreaks are coming from quote all directions at workplaces, school settings and social gatherings. Holding galleries. Gatherings is a threat to all. We should stop it. For the time being plain and simple. Just stop the gatherings, he says. People should keep a bubble of no more than five people even through the holidays until Snohomish County can flatten out this spike, see Romero
Rise in COVID-19 cases in Snohomish County
"In Snohomish County, or nearly the highest they've ever been, and health officials there say they may need you to call them, Cuomo's serum, Arrow explained. In the last two weeks, infections in the county have jumped from 99 to 121 cases per 100,000 people, the second highest rate since March. Heather Thomas with the Snohomish Health District, says contact tracers are doing their best. All people who've tested positive but says 30% of them. Don't call back the next round for close contact. Still, just about 70%. Of those quoth contacts are returning our phone calls. Thomas's contact. Tracing is a missing piece among the tools they need to fight the virus, and that includes mask, social distancing and staying home When you're sick, See Romero
Washington state experiencing fall surge of COVID-19 cases .
"Say the Corona virus is surging in Washington. Right now, hospitalization rates are headed up on more tests are turning out positive. Jon Weisman is the state health secretary. Good news for us is it's not too late by acting. Now we can reverse this trend. We can squash the curb again. And now is the time for all of us really, to recommit to those key behaviors that keep the virus from spreading case numbers in western Washington or higher than eastern Washington, particularly in King Pierce and Snohomish. County's
"snohomish county" Discussed on KOMO
"Snohomish county are pushing ahead with a proposal to enter phase two of the St corona virus recovery efforts couples Charlie harder has detailed county executive council chair and board of health here are out with the proposal they say they believe the county now has all the elements necessary to meet phase two requirements for it large counties one of the requirements from the state is a county have fewer than ten new cases of Kobe nineteen per one hundred thousand residents over the span of fourteen days right now that number is twenty nine point four but county leaders say the number is met if you take out your regular outbreaks such as assisted living facilities which they say the CDC allows the plan is to hold votes Friday and if it passes send that proposal to the governor Charlie Herger homeowner we now have four cases of a covert nineteen related sickness reported children in our state Dr A. B. person is with the Benton Franklin health district in eastern Washington we've notified out of the first case of multi system inflammatory and drum in children associated with co in nineteen eighty Franklin County child under the age of the child in the tri cities is in the hospital the state department of health says other cases are reported in Snohomish king and Yakima counties symptoms of the syndrome in people under age twenty one clued fever inflammation and illness involving more than two organs such as the heart lungs and skin the company's time nine thirty four R. como traffic every ten minutes on the floor is yours J. Phillips in Everett we have a collision on Whyte Avenue and thirty seventh street the intersection is closed for a police investigation due to this rollover collision we cleared in west Seattle Fauntleroy way at south west Monroe street police activity is over all lanes are back open and in south Seattle getting a report of a medical response on south Bayly St Corson Avenue blocking a lane in camp south to twelfth street is closed in both directions near Riverview Boulevard due to a collision and police investigation your next forty nine forty four I'm J. Phillips on komo news channel Donald's here with your home all week room for cats eastern Washington we've got partly starry skies warm for sleeping weather out there at the moment it'll take on like just to cool off into the upper fifties in downtown Seattle and of course those are the outdoor temperatures inside our homes it will still be a little bit warmer than that of course as we head into the weekend the showers start to catch up with us we'll see one more warm day on Friday with highs again near eighty around the sound but by Saturday and Sunday will drop into the sixties chance for showers maybe even a stray thunderstorm in the mix here and certainly some eastern Washington it looks like by Saturday night in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist sixty two degrees in Seattle komo news time nine thirty five a Bellingham doctors says he was fired.
"snohomish county" Discussed on KOMO
"In Snohomish county Friday night com was Nick Papa reports the car responsible was going over one hundred miles per hour we're saying it's definitely on the rise in the sense of the triple digit and suddenly there was a tragic outcome here so this is the person they believe is the collision took off on foot has been found changed a family's life forever for speeds that are absolutely insane regardless expenses even though fewer cars have been out on the road it doesn't mean your speech should pick up shortly at the slower pace of life and how that reflect on your mile per hour I spoke with the person who lives nearby on camera he says it's one of the worst collisions he's ever seen in his life but if you know the person who's responsible for this collision you're asked to call the sheriff's office is Holmes county problem come on it's been shooting it took will overnight police were called to reports of a shooting along international Boulevard just after eleven thirty last night found a man who had been shot to death another adult male sustained serious but non life threatening injuries and was taken to Harborview Medical Center an adult male was taken into custody on homicide charges weekend heat wave has the governor concerned that if you go outside you'll still be safe about it como's Cole Miller has more after a long winter we went right into this pandemic and it seemed as though more people were outside and more cars were on the roads that we have seen in weeks past as the reproductive rate of this virus appears so slowly been climbing over the last month or so governor Insley says we must continue to practice social distancing honestly it's pretty busy right now with the sun shining and the mercury rising this is the most packed that I seen it it seems Seattle was ready to stretch its legs the first real hot day of the year so I think everyone's just out here enjoying it at lake union park some groups were certainly social distancing other sidewalks in seating areas.
"snohomish county" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Eighteen one in Snohomish county and five in king county king county is home to the life care nursing facility where many of those who died were living county executive Dow Constantine says they're working on long term plans to house future potential patients we are in final negotiations to purchase a motel in which we can place patients who are in need of isolation and a place to recover officials in other states are reporting cases as well in Illinois two people who'd contracted the virus have fully recovered but health officials there say two more people now have it a husband and wife whom they say are in good condition fox's Jessica Rosenthal the centers for disease control and prevention is tracking more than ninety coronavirus cases in the US former vice president Joe Biden tonight getting the endorsements of former democratic rivals Amy clover Sharin Peet booted judge ahead of super Tuesday primary voting in fourteen states to our twenty eight delegates at stake here in Texas the second largest prize on super Tuesday which explains why Joe Biden is investing time in Houston and Dallas Biden told Texas voters hours before super Tuesday it's time for Democrats to join him the Texas Democratic Party has announced more than one million early votes have been cast by democratic primary voters that's before everyone else goes to the polls on primary day boxes Mike Emanuel in Dallas Texas president trump taking aim at Biden and senator Bernie Sanders during a campaign rally tonight in North Carolina it's easy for crazy Bernie of that's true he does have some enthusiasm but much less than we have had a much smaller group of people to fox news radio's national coverage of super Tuesday starts at seven PM eastern time tomorrow live on the fox news app.
"snohomish county" Discussed on KOMO
"Suspect from Snohomish county and believed he was in red bluff California travel there to make the arrest of two of our detectives strolled the nine hours to red bluff California they work with local law enforcement there and they were able to determine where the suspect was that they arrested him as he came out of his hotel room insisting during the stay highly is currently in the red bluff jail but is expected to be brought back here to face second murder charges there's a new a lawsuit filed over the thirty dollar card tab initially voted to approve the November almost Ryan Harris is more from the man behind the measure and the lawsuits in mine and says his suit is filed and Thurston county because there's a conflict in the case against I. nine seventy six filed by Seattle king county and others when you have a judge who is employed by one of the plaintiffs Hyman says he also wants to send a message that the king county judge won't be the only one making a decision all these are going up to the Supreme Court but you want to make sure that you have as much analysis as much information as possible before it does end up being set up for diamond believes the Thurston county case will be decided first possibly allowing nine seventy six to be implemented he also called on Attorney General Bob Ferguson for not pressing to move the first suit out of king county but Ferguson has maintained that his office is fulfilling its requirement to give the measure the strongest possible defense Ryan Harris como use time's running out for Seattle public school students to get their vaccines are they won't be allowed back at school after winter break Washington state law requires students to be fully vaccinated or have a signed certificate of exemption this week school district is holding free vaccination clinics Samara hold.
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"Conspiracy in Snohomish county after the wrong person was killed. Komo see Romero has the story a seventeen year old girl and a twenty year old man have been arrested in the death of twenty four year old Alicia Canales McGuire in Everett back in two thousand seventeen police believed the two were hired by thirty one year old Kevin Lewis to kill his ex wife. But it was her sister canals McGuire who was home at the time. Not his ex who was killed Sherry iron with the snow. Mish county sheriff's office says it took detectives a year and a half together evidence to connect the fest Beck's who actually gave themselves away we have evidence. Not long after the murder of them showing off several hundred dollar bills. As of all, I'm very vitam that they had purchased. She says the girl from Spokane had also bragged about being hired to kill someone instant homeless county. Lewis was already in prison for assaulting his ex now all three face murder and conspiracy charges. See Romero, KOMO news. An Auburn woman accused of murdering her husband as he slept pleaded not guilty in court Monday. A judge set bail at five million dollars for Juliana cello. Calling her flight risk. Prosecutors say she shot her husband to death three years ago, then called nine one one to say a burglar broken and did it during the course of the investigation. Police determined and a cello was cheating on her husband right now with authorities are looking for the person who set a fire in Snohomish county the flames spread quickly damaging to cars and a garage before. It was put out the fire happened Monday in the nineteen thousand block of twenty-six drive southeast in Bothell. The search has been suspended for missing JBL AM soldier last. Hiking was a friend and Mason county on Sunday. The Mason county sheriff's office says a search of the high steel bridge.
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"But I I mentioned the fact that the gun control advocates. Don't see guns is anything but evil, then I saw this story which reminded me of the other side of this out of the state of Washington and. Two men twenty two and twenty three years old. We're gonna steal tools and pawn them for money. They showed up at a at a store called the coastal farm and ranch store in Marysville. Washington on Saturday afternoon. They took four nail guns each worth over four hundred bucks. They walked out of the store and got to do a Honda Civic. What they didn't expect was to be surrounded by six customers with guns. One customer standing in front of the car yelling at the alleged thieves to get out and one guy said he won't shoot run him over the drbble pulled forward causing the man confronting him to land on the hood another customers shot at the driver's side front tire a third fire twice at the rear tyres, someone shot at the car more than one time. And as it left the parking lot. It employees saw the car leaving drove after the three over the suspects. They ended up getting pulled over and arrested. The two guys. Were booked into the Snohomish county jail under investigation for first degree theft. A police commander said it's unclear if the other people involved fired their guns lawfully now that is a joke and a half I live in a state where the gun laws of the most relaxed in the entire country, and I feel much safer on the streets. Any street in any town in what we call the valley in Arizona. Whether it's Phoenix Scottsdale Glendale, Chandler, all the cities around the valley. I feel a lot safer an armed society. Is a polite society in our state and the state of Arizona if you legally own a handgun you can conceal it without a permit. Now, I maintain a concealed carry permit. And I have for more than a decade. And I want to have the reciprocity with other states wanna be able to show some proficiency. But in Arizona, if you legally own it, you can put it in your pocket, put it in your waistband. Now, you can't drink all those rules still apply. Why? But if the criminals can conceal it why can't the law abiding citizens. That was the way the Arizona legislature. Saw it. There's no blood in the streets. There's nobody there committing. You know, it's not like it's not like tombstone in the streets of Arizona. Reasonable people do reasonable things in every situation. No one's looking to be a hero. No one's looking for a shootout. But you had law abiding citizens four robbery people will think twice in Arizona. We have less of those crimes because you you assume people in Arizona are armed what it turns into as a fair fight. And we all know, the bullies. And the cowards that are thieves and robbers don't want a fair fight. They are looking to take advantage of somebody. When someone else has the upper hand, they largely stay away. It's why people go after the the weaker among us. That's why they're called predators. They're not looking for a fair fight. I don't encourage vigilantism anymore than anyone else. Call the police, but Weiner, an urine a situation to stop something. Like this you do it. I had an altercation years ago with my daughter at a convenience store, and I stopped two guys from shoplifting. And I ended up in a fight in the parking lot with two guys until the police showed up about five minutes later. I never felt in fear for my life. I never once thought about going to my truck and grabbing a firearm, and I was armed. I had a firearm in my truck, I always did. I'm not looking to shoot someone and neither of the gun owners that I know I'm a member of the NRA because the NRA is a lobbying organization that protects and speaks for people like me. Law abiding citizens that understand a gun is a tool like any other tool in a toolbox? What it's used properly. It's a lifesaver. Don't attack the legal gun owners because people abuse owning.
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"Snohomish county prosecutors say Tony Williams DNA profile was sitting in a forensic data base because he'd served a nine year prison sentence for kidney. Napping in the Burke Heimer case last August and what police called a drug theft. A man was shot in his car early that morning he survived but will need full-time care for the rest of his life. The Everett herald reports Williams DNA was found inside a car used during the shooting two miles from the car wash. He was arrested on suspicion of assault on December six a second suspect had been arrested shortly after the shooting. Eric Heintz, KOMO new. A body was found early this morning behind the Costco in Tom water. Police say the person had been shot to death. So far police not releasing any information about the shooter or the victim. And they have not announced any arrests a local scuba gear company being fine. Nearly two hundred thousand dollars by the state for illegally dumping dumping hazardous waste. The State Department of ecology says it found a toxic mixture of lead and arsenic in the soil and water near the sea soft scuba gear warehouse in north west lacy warehouse is now listed as a toxic cleanup site, the health departments now working with employees to find out how much hazardous waste were exposed to. And if it may have affected there. Families a twenty four year old rented woman remains at a coma. She was run over on her bike. Komo's Gade Cohen says the driver who hit her has been accused of his sixth DUI, this whole feels unfair to Cherie ward. Her daughter Taylor is in a coma at Harborview. I can't tell you. Taylor has been unconscious since she was hit on her bicycle in Renton Friday. Police arrested forty four year old burn Henderson. They say he was high on PCP and painkillers Henderson has four DUI convictions. He's also awaiting trial for fifty WI arrests by Washington law. The fourth DUI within ten years, it should be a felony. But they still can't charge him with felony DUI because by law. He has to be convicted of three before he commits before I can do is hope that she's gonna make Gabe Cowan, KOMO news. Komo news time nine thirty. By the way Anderson we'll be back in court today. Bill set at two hundred thousand dollars a new grassroots movement underway to rename part of highway five thirty as komo's Brian Calvert tells us another attempt to remember those who were lost when the hillside came down. John had away tells the herald, quote, this is something we have to do. It was his brother Stephen among those killed in the two thousand fourteen mudslide near the community of Oso. He. Continues. It's not about any of us. It's about the forty three lives had away as part of a group that plans on writing to the state transportation commission asking to rename a section of highway five thirty the Oso memorial. Highway. Also, part of the effort is Dane Brunner who lost his sister summer Rafeh when the slide she was driving on the highway. When her Subaru was encased in mud Brunner's says, my number one thing is the legacy of the forty-three lives. This is one thing we can do. Brian Calvert, KOMO news time nine thirty nine. And you work for holiday, tips and wine stories from.
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"Entire operations here with our hockey operations at our business side. It'll be the ultimate side for camps and training camps had Northgate. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Komo news time to thirty six. A Lakewood police officer now knows what it feels like to be on the other side of the law. Komo's Gregg Hersholt with that story. The officer was arrested for driving under the influence after crashing his police car. The news Tribune reports officer bell was arrested September twenty third and released the same day after that single vehicle wreck gig harbor police responded to the crash about nine PM. They found the car off the roadway and bell who they say appear to be intoxicated was nearby. The department says he was off duty at the time of the crash Bill has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation. The unmarked police vehicle. He was driving is a total loss. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Snohomish county prosecutors have filed. Charges against a teenager over threats involving his former high school. Komo's Eric Heintz. Reports the sixteen year old boy was charged last week with misdemeanor cyber stalking. Investigators were told by school staff last month at the boy, a former students sent messages on Snapchat. The messages contained threats to shoot Arlington high school students on campus. The boy was living in south Snohomish county and attending a different school at the time. Police say they found a twenty two caliber rifle in his home. The Everett herald reports the boy said he had no plans to actually carry out threat. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Some much needed repairs begin today on westbound I ninety near clearly where two major accidents happened last week. This man was involved in an eight vehicle crash. It included five semis. Last Monday, watching and witnessing and listening to the sounds. It's amazing that nobody was injured any more than than anybody was for the most part everybody walked away last Tuesday night, a semi Jack knifed in the same area the repairs involved grinding down the concrete surface to make. Get a little more skid resistant, Christmas, still two and a half months away..
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"News i'm gordon griffin heavy rain is falling in northern california as a pineapple express storm system lashes the region the national weather service says many areas have received about two inches of rain in the past twenty four hours but areas in snohomish county have gotten nearly five inches flooding his close some roads in about one hundred fifty flights have been canceled at san francisco international airport other flights have been delayed an hour or more rain also cancelled friday night san francisco giants game against the los angeles dodgers president donald trump has signed a memorandum to take steps to end catch and release policies as he pushes congress to act on immigration the white house says that mr trump signed the memo that directors administration the study ways of ending the practices more details at sr news dot com what the hell happened last night it was an accident one of america's greatest coverups is now a major motion picture that body holds a lot of secrets those can be the difference between guilt and innocence critics are calling chappaquiddick tense scrupulous suspenseful tempo chappaquiddick we lead listened of your seat absorbing poses but he never left a girl at the bottom of the red sea chappaquiddick pg thirteen matic material disturbing images some strong language and historical smoking now playing mike gallagher again yep i'm incredibly grateful that my friends hugh you told me all about relief factor i was having lower back pain hugh had been in pain and you know what i tried relief factor for about two and a half weeks my lower back pain was entirely eliminated it's a great feeling to share with you the great news knowing the tens of thousands of others are now in less or no pain because they to order the three week quickstart for nineteen ninetyfive if you're in pain simply go to relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eight three eight darren college a former nfl super bowl champion signed the most important contract of his life.
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"To authorities in snohomish county trumpcare my knees until my body again and again fantas called nine one one to talk about something he calls medical neurological cleansing do not understand the fbi says fan mail at least a dozen packages containing vials of explosive black powder connected diffuses and gps devices to federal agencies like the naval surface warfare center and the cia coma legal analyst and bremner making statements that would constitute crime and he should have been picked up and then dealt with accordingly as part of that would be an evaluation his mental health didn't commit a crime or make a threat bremner says there's little authorities can do among your peers in the legal profession on both sides of the law redner says that's an issue some believe for three thinking pete combs komo news just a week after the march for our lives students in mukilteo or set to hold their own rally against gun violence in part because of the tragedy they experienced here's komo's gave cohen again that's the goal illicit kaiser in davis shared outside cami high school house a community that's been directly affected by gun violence we fought like something needed to be done here two years ago three former students were killed in a mass shooting at a house party in mukilteo like so many others elissa and koetter took part in last weekend's march for our lives but they felt mukilteo needed more wanted as a community stand up and say this is not okay have to happen again so they've organized it never again mukilteo this saturday a group will gather at noon in lighthouse park to rally against gun violence and honored the three lives they lost two years ago i'm sure they would want us to speak out about this she got an immediate yes from the poll kramer son will was injured in that mukilteo shooting but he survived paul will be speaking at saturday's rally along with local leaders and several students it's important for us to be talking as a society about this because we haven't figured it out yet and he expects will will be at his side i'm i'm really glad that he's going to be there what if i'd been party with him or people we know their lifestyles and taken also in mukilteo gabe cohen komo news history indicates a hostile relationship between president trump and amazon founder chairman and.
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"And the way it's used this cambridge analytica in facebook agree to testify on capitol hill about how data on fifty million users was used in the two thousand sixteen election komo's pete combs has more senator cantwell tells the washington post there must be more transparency in the way our information is bandied about on the internet she says that means comply to the same kind of laws that you have to comply to for advertising and information that we do in the broadcast world cambridge analytica says it mapped out donald trump's presidential campaign strategy apparently with information gleaned from the facebook accounts of fifty million people without their knowledge cadwell says she wants to see facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and the ceo at cambridge analytica alexander knicks front and center before congressional hearings on this matter saying it's essential if we're to have fair elections pete combs komo news underway in snohomish county following a reported sexual assault at sultan middle school the sultan school district says the incident involved two students at the school no adults were involved the district says steps have been taken to protect all students on campus and it is working with the snohomish county sheriff's office as the investigation continues a conference at the king county courthouse today or experts are trying to chart the next steps in the metoo movement since october millions of women have posted on social media about their experience with sexual assault and harassment leading to the downfall of many men they accused in county council member jeanne kohlwelles says now is the time for the movement to aramco it's really encouraging to me is the vast amount of people who are communicating in some way whether it's on social media whether they're attending programs like people did here today whether they're speaking themselves programs they're telling their stories and we need to incur courage that since the metoo movement surfaced county officials say the number of people reporting sexual assaults is jumped by at least fifty percent and continues to remain high more than six months later governor inslee effort to protect people from immigration sweeps could be having unintended consequences police departments say they've been told they can't use social security numbers to.
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"A parking lot the officer caught him and he's but around the ground and mulekick the officer he was booked into the snohomish county jail on charges of attempted murder due to planning and taking substantial steps towards executing a school shooting also booked on charges of assault on the officer her way um in the story i've i've read two different versions of this an ma have not seen the grandmas name in this just does saying she in the grandmother and all that so we'll just call her the grandma saulius hero of the week 539 101 seven five tonight one oh one seven saw who would be your hero of the week and if you have any thoughts at all any at all on the horrible shooting and gun control whatever it doesn't it boils down to this i don't want to get some more on the on the sheriff and power to detain over social media because as kind of troubling i know it's it's it's a horrible heartbreaking they want to protect the kids the could you imagine the police pulling people into a jail or into a psychiatric unit because they see something even by a care the teen or someone on social media that the some one thanks is threatening son a good idea or is that kind of scary about civil liberties five two nine one award shows through a two five two nine one o one seven so the county sheriff in charge of investigating amassed school shooting in parkland florida is begging lawmakers to give police and doctors more power to involuntarily hospitalized people for psychiatric evaluation over violent and threatening social media post in it does seem to me doesn't seem to you that today that seems like a good idea right i mean you look at that today and you're thinking oh yeah we we should be able to do that does it make you wonder at all you know how long before somebody is indeed brought in and they were just being stupid thoughtless there are upset about something else they were angry because they are being bullied and now angry and lashing out verbally or online because it being bullied they're being pulled in for psychiatric evaluation by the police there's more red jets incoming altamonte what a one seven have and any lemon via wbdo we know with the really intense flu season here in delaware but what's the.
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"Video because card makes this the woman who snatched the box from above needs porch wiped out as she tried to get away injuring her both were charged in snohomish county court the woman identified as a leash a tree is homeless she's on disability and has three kids her accomplice brian devere has a lengthy criminal history that includes convictions for identity theft burglary and auto theft i think those people how feelings our may on you think about themselves above name is just relieved her husband was able to replaces medicine that was stolen and hopes that porch pirates will finally learn hopefully they thought what are you doing when you're an instant khomich county christian drew komo news the suspects remain a jail brian devere bail set at fifteen thousand dollars militia treats at ten thousand three expected back in court next month for what it's worth i'm scott goldberg they might have accomplished to the impossible and baltimore getting hundreds to stand in line to pay parking tickets two hundred one dollars thickets with late fees that the city said it would forgive how much is the ticket originally for thirty five they call it parking ticket amnesty the city's chief of revenue explains in thirty two dollars or fifty two dollars for citation it has a penalty up to a thousand dollars it works in two days the city collected more than two million dollars and that's just from people who paid electron equate they're still counting the cash and cheques worth it two hundred a guy who owed 1500 but only had to pay one hundred nine dollars called it a valentine's day gift now a cynic might ask that revenue chief what you really do this are you running for office or something for the mayor again well the city is expected to get a three milliondollar bump after the final tally for what it's worth scott goldberg.
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"Case right now the shooting at the williams avenue pob in the downtown area there is a 38yearold man was shot several times he was brought to harborview in critical condition by now police haven't said if they have someone in custody or if they're looking for a suspect a 33yearold man rescued after an apparent fall occurring on cougar mountainous weekend we're told ma'am spotted by another person on the west tibbets creek trail he was taken to overlook hospital all right now here it goes complaining of leg and shoulder pain he's going to be okay komo news time now is eight o eight this morning a five thousand dollar the reward now is being offered to the safe return of a missing man from local thiel jacob hillcom was last seen near the to leyla casino on january twenty third yesterday a group of friends and family continued their search for him anyone who sees hill can or who knows of his whereabouts is urged to contact the snohomish county sheriff's office we do have a picture and more information at our website at komonewscomfire firefighter solace witnesses saw squatters leaving a burning home and bremerton yesterday crew said they got a call about three thirty of a fullyowned volved house fire this was on traces in beach road luckily no report of any injuries crews say the home at a time was a banded they're now looking into the exact cause of that fire and a ferry alert for tomorrow morning commute the intersection of fought leroy way southwest him southwest while would place south about south of the ferry terminal there was the guy well we'll close tomorrow morning crews will replace concrete road panels and install a curb they will have a detour in place but there just a heads up and charity coworkers the work expected to last through the 19th of this month and if you drive by safeco field you'll see the kid soon to be back to normal the sculptors who builds statue of ken griffey jr outside of safeco field are in town busy this weekend to fix the damage you might remember back in october when someone broke the bad off of a handle workers will put a ted around the statue which they'd have that sitting here pretty much for the weekend to protect repairs as they continue the efforts though they hope to have it finished by later today komo news time is eight tell us monitor over to the komo sports desk right now joel stern here brought to you by the divorce lawyers from him it's a memorable homecoming for arizona assistant coach lorenzo romar are.
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"The new taxes hurting many small shops jim desler is there a spokesman articulate pergau doors that are near the border as an example desler points you a convenience store in west seattle right across treated white center this is an establishment right at the city limits right down the street there's a sign advertising uh lower a beverage prices because they don't have the seattle a sugar tax imposed on them desler is asking the city to take a second look at the new law charlie harger komo news new numbers in for this year's deadly flu epidemic kunitz getting worse though state health department says one hundred nine people have died from the flu this season that's up from last week's count of eighty six deaths flew sitting snohomish county particularly hard 23 deaths reported there most of the deaths or people over the age of sixty five now there are some myths about the flu so let's at them straight here's thoenes on for example some people believe when you have the flu you need antibiotics that that is a myth antibiotics do not work on viruses another myth is that you think catch the flew from a flu shot well that's also not true and also something people believe that's not true if you do not have symptoms you're not spreading the flu just cutting down have symptoms does not mean at new we're not fighting for so typically linda for first start show kind of atn tired and at that point in time are you are in contact with other people and that information period you were actually spreading the floor at that point twenty to thirty percent of people carrying the flu virus do not have symptoms there are twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm paul jackson komo sports now an update from the komo sports desk visitors begin spring training february 14th went pickers and catchers report the peoria but the whole team shows up a few days later there'll be some new faces new centerfielder de gordon.
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"Is checking into whether those in the cuban government put devices in or outside of residences where american embassy personnel lived non audible sounds may have been produced with the intent of making those staffers in a van gogh deaf cbs's steve dorsey state department spokesperson heather nauert decanting government hasn't responsibility and obligation under the geneva convention to protect our diplomats that is part of the reason why this is such a major concern of ours now the us is confirming it took action against cuba we had to bring some americans home or some americans chose to call home come home as a result of that and as a result of that we've asked to cubans to the united states and a half the dow lost thirty six today now this he believe in snohomish county maybe have dinner near work tonight a couple of crashes have created an impossible traffic situation candy in marysville so i five southbound drivers are looking at the accident scene in the northbound lanes please stop doing at highway nine as a little bit faster for you or like calling fed to lay that trips milky point is ours sticking problem so i 5 northbound all lanes still blocking your hundred and thirty six jackknifed semi is is a serious injury accident so that means the investigation is going to take a little longer carter only getting by on the shoulder the ones that are moving any way and so that's the way they have to run that three the entire investigation they wanted to get one lane traveling open for you here at four o'clock that's not going to happen that's been delayed you some extra caution because you've people on foot in and out of all the lanes during this investigation the other accent though in everett i5 southbound near five thirty one has been cleared marysville to everett you're still feeling at least a twenty minute delay but that is definitely an improvement are other problem is out of five five northbound 516 latest on the hov lane so you seen slowing near enchanted parkway also from an earlier problem batty by safeway don't forget a shot the.
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"Haeck komo news snohomish county fire district one is urging the county council to restrict or just outright ban fireworks county right wide there is currently a ban in most cities but fireworks are still legal in unincorporated areas where some two hundred thousand people live leslie hindes require district wants his last year the council move to allow neighborhoods to petition for local bands and fire marshall can implement ban in case of extreme drought and fire danger both were effect we were encouraged by that report though with like at a little ban on firework county hind says fireworks are blamed for causing more than three million dollars damage to homes and apartment since two thousand five across fire district ones coverage area they say the state was negligence in the death acts of their loved ones komos brian calvert reports on the two lawsuits filed after a deadly crash on highway 522 seventeen years ago reader's digest called the ten mile stretch of highway 522 between monroe and wooden bill one of the most dangerous in america and the state's own website acknowledges growth along the corridor has increased traffic an accident rates on the overburdened highway the families of an elderly couple at a little girl killed on highway five twenty two in june of 2014 have filed wrongful death lawsuits claiming the state is nord this dangerous area for years improvements were made to that same stretch with a trio were killed a year after the accident but more improvements are stalled because of lack of money according to the everett herald there is some money set aside this year to study of fix brian calvert komo news starting saturday july i it's going to cost more to across the five twenty floating bridge and there won't be any more free crossing of the bridge overnight toll rates are increasing five percent and overnight tolls are going to cost dollar twentyfive between eleven am and five am the rather eleven pm and five am the state dot says the toll increases are required to help pay for a portion of the new.