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Fresh update on "spokane" discussed on Street Talk with Chris Davies
"News 1000 FM 97 7. 10 31 here in Seattle is 50 60 reasons sunshine. Now let's get you up to date with the top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center Starbucks now saying it will make facemasks optional for vaccinated customers. This begins tomorrow. Fact, the list is growing with other companies were finding on mask or no mask. Here's combos, Michelle Esteban Right now, Businesses can decide whether to keep their mask mandates, and we found a variety of small businesses, especially who are thinking twice about it. Many keeping the mandates in place for now. But the number of big retailers are already relaxing their mass rules unlike those local small businesses, who insist it is just too soon. Our cafe where you're planning to keep and enforce our guests to continue to wear masks. When they come in. We will continue to limit the amount of guests that come into our space. We Taking autonomy as a business to say this is what we are allowing in the space. Meanwhile, WalMart now requiring workers or shoppers to wear Masset, Costco, shoppers don't have to wear masks either. Except in the pharmacy and their optical centers. We're seeing at least 19 of the 24 states that still had a masked man. They have announced plans to either scrap them or adopt a new CDC guidelines. That includes our state, Washington here and Oregon hospitals and long term care facilities remind you, though, here in our state still require a face covering the CDC, along with a T. Essa, reminding travelers who still need to wear a mask on airplanes and in airports. Face coverings are still the most for all travelers on public transportation includes Busses and trains from boarding the travel itself to disembarking and also washing state fairies. Basket required even when you arrive at the toll booth to pay your fee, All right, look in your covered, or shall I say refrigerators, washing state health officials saying yesterday they've identified an equal I outbreak to PCC community market brand yogurt produced by pure, very dairy. The dairy is working with the Department of Agriculture to identify and recall all affected products, health officials say. Anyone who has this brand of yogurt throw it away right away, and a man who pleaded guilty to killing his neighbor with a frying pan sentenced to 22 years in prison is part of a plea deal. The spokesman review reporting 36 year old Wilbur Tankersley was murdered and may have 2020 in an apartment building for low income people in Spokane. Cameron Walker was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to first degree murder Prosecutors saying that Tankersley and Walker were involved in a physical fight before the killing in sports. Briana Stewart 28 points 13 rebounds Jewel Lloyd at a 20 two's of Seattle storm opened with defense off their WN BA title. Against Las Vegas Aces. The final 97 83 Mitch Hanniger had his 12 home run as the Mariners beat Cleveland Saturday. 7 to 3, the fourth game of the four game series. Later today, a T Mobile park. She cats right now to help out with an update from the Duke law Group Traffic Center RC No blockers getting in the way. But we do have a slow down north around five from the West Seattle Bridge, too, I would say about yes, Lor a lot of people coming into town to enjoy the day in Bellingham. We do have a new accident north outside that on ramp from Slater Road, completely blocked with an accident. Looks.
"spokane" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust
"That's beautiful that. I am dying to go right now. It sounds lovely. You can drop your little person. Look a on google so you can kind of do it that way. But it's really hard to all my gosh. She had and so. Those are some of the hidden gems. What are some of the touristy things we all have to do. And we go to the joe definitely like the mo the most fun it's everywhere but if you only have forty eight hours In spokane i would say that spending your time downtown is the vast and so i mean a lot of this early kobe dependent but let's let's dover and like your visiting zwicky cannon. Everything's open everything. I think downtown is just gonna blow your mind and it's blow my and just it's still being worked on in certain parts to and it's i mean it's beautiful now like okay so if you go to downtown spokane like you should definitely say the davenport. It's in downtown spokane. This historical building. This has all this crazy history. Like it's been around forever has stories. You know rooms that you should stay in. If you wanna see it goes that have like really great happy hours to just really good food and an incredible brunch from the branches open Late post covid times. it's incredibly should. Just go from the branch alone. The stay there and then walk around downtown. Because there's there's going to be at least two parks downtown so wonder like little kids on once or bigger kids. It has pavilion that at night. It's all lit up and it plays music on the weekends. And that's where a lot of the wellness events to happen. So they had yoga a cpa jump lies. I know for sure they've done spin. They brought out spin bikes and it. A spin gone outside. Yeah four free by winds all three so park. Three denver is now free but wellness. Classes are all free. They have a farmer's market in the pavilion on on wednesdays and then on fridays do food truck. Friday which is so fine and my kids are blowing bubbles and there's a music playing to save a ton of tracks and in some in the summer. The weather is beautiful so when he should come and then just like. There's a river running through the middle of downtown slow. Pnc get to see river in a dachshund the keys and we have this historic clock tower. That's iconic gets in a google spokane. Basically you're going to see the clock tower. You might see the go-to doesn't that go And then just has a really great walking path. it's call centennial trail. It can take you all around the entire city. But it'll take you to riverside state park. Which is this beautiful tree. Filled no part state park. I could go on and on and downtown. Just stay downtown. Plenty great food. Plenty grapevine music everything. A lot of things are free which is a win in my legs. I love free with that. Sounds so cool. I think i have seen the clock tower on everyday. Spokane one of the first pictures you see when you go there. Yes so you've also know you mentioned you mentioned the hotel and branch and you. You do have a very strong focus on business and community on your blog. And how did you develop that overtime being new to the area show so this is one of the things that i always thought it was funny..
"spokane" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust
"Still has that it's very welcoming to newcomers missile. Write it in a way that i'm writing someone who's thinking of the year but at the same time there's also a ton of info for people who live in spokane because we live in spokane nelson. I was like oh let us there do. And you know what are the best places to go hiking. Where's the best pizza. So those are the ways that i'm investigating writing for the blog. I love that. I think so often the creative pursuits we take on. They really are to solve a problem that we personally had. I think it's the the resource you wish you had. Yeah and you know the a lot of the questions that you could potentially have answered like. What's the weather like in the winter are very generic. They're like oh it's going to be thirty degrees much like we'll just thirty degrees wolf like we came from arizona specifically phoenix and again like i said i lived here before i knew what that looks like but for someone like my husband. Who hadn't he's like. Okay like thirty degrees kinda just theoretical the us. It look like snow is that you know full them of course it's called but like three darting holders kind of like you know you get outside and do stuff. It's just pull you just have to wear jacket. Yeah and you know. I would be in the same boat as your husband living in florida for the majority of my life and you could tell me cold temperatures and i don't know if that's stay inside and never leave the house sir. That's fun outdoor activity. Cold ray so i think that's such an incredible resource to have in. It's a question a lot of us have that we might not think you know. I think a lot of travel bloggers. General might not be thinking to share. So i think that's awesome that you provide those resources. Which were you guys to the pacific northwest. So i heard always kind of loved of civic northwest. When i was planning colleges i applied for in state and because be close to family but i also applied for like some reach schools to the pacific northwest and so i ended up going to them saga university. Which is here in spokane. And i just fell in love with it. Not only was just a really good place to go to school baseball. Can that area like the city itself was jewish is totally different from phoenix. A lot smaller of a city than phoenix. But that doesn't mean. It's not a steady if douglas. How's everything that you'd want inner city and then you also had you know outdoor activities. Have this really..
When will the West Seattle Bridge be fixed, and how much will it cost?
"Has been nearly a year since the West Seattle Bridge closed down because of the cracking concrete, and now we're getting some prediction on when it might be open again. Here's Chris Sullivan, and that prediction is the end of June 2022 that is the target goal for returning traffic to the West Seattle Bridge, But that's about a space Civic is the city can be. I would like to be very, very specific about the time and date when you will be able to drive across the bridge. I cannot give that to you today that Seattle's mobility director, Heather Marks, who also also cautions West Seattle residents that include herself that even when the repairs are complete, that doesn't necessarily mean the traffic is going to immediately return. This is not a repair where we're just going to drop tools when we're done and open up the bridge, too. Traffic. We want to make sure that this is safe and we want to be able to measure and see how the bridge and the repairs respond to additional live load. Drivers should expect that the lanes to will open little by little over the days and weeks after repairs are complete, primarily just for safety and to prevent backups. We also need to think about how to create the conditions under which when we open up that first lane Everybody doesn't you know, heard to the bridge and we have backups from follow. Right, Fareed I five. So we need to think about that to the city has reached the 30% design Fresh Holden milestone on this project, and the request for bids went public yesterday. It's gonna be an interesting partnership. The way that they're doing. This is that they're bringing the contractor on board at this point. That will allow the contractor the winning contractor to work with the city on final design, from 30% completion to the end that allows them to see any potential problems and design as they're doing it that also helps speed up the process. It's expected that the repairs we will begin in November, repairs to the lower Spokane Street Bridge or also included in this contract that needs a little shoring up works and cracked filling, and it also might need some repair to the center locking mechanism. Mark says. It is possible that there will be times when both the high and the low bridge will be closed the same time, But she expects those to be brief. To the extent that we have to close the low bridge. We're gonna aim for weekends or holiday weekends to make sure that we're disrupt. Thing as few people as possible. Now, Speaking of that low bridge discussions are ongoing about how to allow more access to that lower bridge on call. Medical workers have been added to the list of people who can use that bridge while racing to the hospital. But they end up getting it a photo enforcement ticket and then have to prove they were an emergency call to get that wiped away. Not really the most efficient way to do things. Seattle police have told me that automated photo enforcement issued more than 7500 tickets in the 1st 15 days of February. That's just a two week period. But since then, and more the word has gotten out. The city says that more than 2000 fewer vehicles a day are now using that bridge, which means okay, maybe we have a little extra capacity. And there's a big push right now to allow people who need life saving medical care like chemotherapy or dialysis to use the bridge, but The problem is Terminal five, is going to reopen for business on Harbor Island next year. And so the city is worried that if they allow more access now, they'll have to take it away later and they don't want to do that. They don't want to carry that. Briscoe start opening a lot more. We'll be exactly because they're going to see significant amount of freight traffic. And because of that, they're going to see the capacity go away. As for the money, the dollar figures in all of this $175 million is the budget. That covers the repairs to the West Seattle Bridge. The lower Spokane Street Bridge also includes the money already spent for the showing process, traffic mitigation improvements being made in West Seattle. The monitoring work city already has about 124 million of that, and it's aggressively looking for Mawr's, according to Sam, Zimbabwe, the head of the Transportation Department. We're moving are a lot of different paths forward. We don't project that funding is going to be the challenge that Holds us up in this, but we still have some some fresh holds across and make sure that we have the resources needed to bring this resource back online.
Vaccines limiting COVID-19 spread among Washington’s older population
"State of Washington chose to vaccinate its most elderly population first, and there's been an obvious payoff. Is Dr Frank of Alaska was who is the chief health officer officer in Spokane County. Please stay steady. Will continue to go well, if you were elderly people are testing positive for covert, which he says is great news, considering older Americans are more likely to have the most serious illness after contracting the virus. For example, he told Kxl why in Spokane during the first week of March that county on Lee 18 of its new covert cases for the week, we're in adults over the age of 70. So far, more than two million people have been vaccinated against Cove it here in Washington. The state Health Department confirms another 665 cases of the virus, along with 14 more deaths in the past, 24
How the pandemic is affecting states unequally
"Of the characteristics of this virus economy as we have said on this program. I cannot tell you how many times is how uneven its effects have been on people black and brown and low income. Americans do in way worse in health and jobs and just getting by than whiter and wealthier populations are uncomfortable. As to how they're doing depends on what industry they're in and on states some of which have been really hit by this pandemic less revenue from income and sales taxes and higher virus expenses and some of which states that is doing all right so as the senate takes up. President biden's relief bill this week. And it's three hundred and fifty billion dollars in aid to state and local governments marketplace's mitchell hartman starts us off with a tale of several states. The pandemic recession has delta significant blow to tax collections. State revenues were down by nearly two percent from december. Last year overall. All but according to the urban brookings tax policy center tax revenues actually increased in twenty two states. This disparity has a lot to do with the mix of jobs in layoffs in a state. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy so many lower income people have been laid off higher income. People have been much more likely to keep their jobs so tax. Revenues are down by double digits in states with lots of low-wage tourism jobs in hotels bars and restaurants florida and but states with more jobs that can be done from home at higher wages. Like in high tech and professional services are faring better. Washington's one example thinks in part to folks like darby megan of spokane he's a manager for tech startup. his wife's an accountant for an architecture firm. They're both working from home. We've maintained our salaries and that's been huge blessing. Haven't had to take a step back hours or anything. Like that with the stimulus checks. That was a nice little bonus. The couple owns a home. That's gone up in value. So they're paying more property tax but they've improved their overall balance sheet. We've been able to save significantly more right. We're not eating out as much and they made one really big purchase. A new van built into an rv. So we've sort of taken some of our vacation money that you budget and instead may domestic vacation mobile now not every high earner has come through the pandemic recession unscathed. Fiona greek at the g. P. morgan chase institute has been tracking household checking balances. There are some high income families that have seen cuts in their income cuts in their salaries but most of seeing their bank balances and assets grow and she says one reason is the booming stock market the broader trend. There's the growth and wealth. We see a lot of families transferring money into brokerage accounts to take advantage of those games but some states are missing out on taxing. Those income gains at the top. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy. He points to nevada heavily dependent on tourism dollars revenue down about twelve percent where there is no broad based income tax. You're leaning a lot on sales taxes. Regressive taxes in general. Your revenues aren't going to do quite as well as progressive taxes at a time. Like this of just soaring income inequality contrast that with california that's opted for a more progressive mix leaning a bit more on the income tax most states do with higher top income tax rates on top earners. Especially that's staring a whole lot. Better with revenues up around two percent since the pandemic started. That's helped a good bit by silicon valley which attracted v and his family from texas. So i'm a software engineer. I was in iran for about four and a half years. And then during the pandemic My wife connor fulltime opportunity and bay area so we moved. He says silicon valley employers are hiring. Like there's no tomorrow. There were plenty of opportunities in the to offers in my hand. Some states are now considering hiking taxes on top earners to boost revenues and fund recovery from the pandemic including new york. Minnesota connecticut rhode island and
Macy's holiday sales top estimates, lifting company to its first profitable quarter in a year
"Company has struggled of late but just reported its first quarterly profit in a year with holiday sales that beat Wall Street estimates. Company said its efforts to slash inventories and rely less on deep discounting paid off. Macy's e commerce sales were also up. 21% Macy CEO says it's all the most strength in home beauty, jewelry and watch sales during the past quarter. Retailer has been on a major push to return to profitability after closing dozens of stories in recent months, including the comments of federal weight and a store in Spokane. Be good yourselves That's good for
No. 1 Gonzaga remains unbeaten, rolls over San Diego 106-69
"Zach is March toward a perfect season continued with the one oh six sixty nine throttling of San Diego the top ranked Bulldogs are twenty two and this season they've won twenty six straight dating to last year and own the nation's longest home winning streak in forty nine games to Jimmy scored seventeen of his twenty one points while the zags were building at fifty one twenty two halftime lead enter them hard hit inside his first three pointer early in the second half and finished with twelve points just when these games are not going to say we were gonna get a guarantee national championship you have to raise although she so I'm trying to have a stronger not play lately Jaylen subs added seventeen for Gonzaga which needs another win in Spokane to tie the team record for consecutive home wins I'm Dave Ferrie
Washington BLM Alliance files ethics complaints against lawmakers
"And South kits, APP. Three Republican state lawmakers face ethics complaints from black lives matter Almost Kelly Blier reports Washington's Black Lives matter alliance filed the complaint against the Republican lawmakers with the state legislative ethics Board. Claim their questioning of black people and people of color during recent public hearings was offensive. The Seattle Times reports. The BLM alliance says representatives Brad Clippard of Kennewick, Jenny Gramma, Spokane and Jim Walsh of Aberdeen made inappropriate comments when people of color were testifying about police accountability legislation in Olympia last month. They say the Republican lawmakers behavior violates the legislative code of conduct that expects lawmakers to treat people with respect and civility. Though many ethics complaints are filed, few result in action, the board has to investigate the
Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments
"Center. All three Republican, U. S. Representatives from our state voted against removing Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments, even though two of them are making it clear they do not Support the Georgia congresswoman's more controversial ideas more from coma, score one. Hey, Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane, Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside and Jamie Herrera Butler of Vancouver may not endorse Greens views, but they rallied around House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who called the move to strip green of her committee assignments unprecedented Never Before in the history of this house. Has the majority abused its power in this way, Never. McMorris Rodgers makes it clear in a statement. Greens positions are not her positions, saying many of greens comments are quote beneath the dignity of her office. Herrera Butler is more specific, saying in a statement that despite what Green has claimed School shootings are not false flag events. California wildfires were not ignited by a space laser and the presidential election was not stolen. But she goes on to say she would not set a precedent where the majority party now dictates the way the minority seats its members, she writes. Quote that is a route to
Inslee to announce new COVID-19 metrics for some reopening and ‘additional flexibility,’ Washington state senator says
"Inslee today is expected to lift some of the covert restrictions that prevent many state businesses from reopening. That's what a state Senate leader is saying Como's Corwin Haig has more. Insley himself has said no such thing yet. But Senator Andy Billig says the governor will make an announcement today. For those that are on this call. You can get just a little special Early news during a town hall meeting last night, Billy Democrat from Spokane, said Inslee will relax some of the metrics needed. For the eight regions identified in his plan to move into Phase two. I'll leave the details for the governor because I think he's still working out the final step. Billig is the state Senate majority leader. Such a step would please the dozens of restaurant and recreation owners who testified during a recent legislative hearing. They can safely reopen immediately. And what lawmakers to pass a law allowing it.
Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing
"This is national native news antonio gonzales the biden administration says it's ordered a pause new oil and gas leasing on public lands does not apply to tribal nations the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports the administration issued the clarification after the chairman of the youth indian tribe called the initial. Moratorium direct attack on tribal sovereignty. Stephen fast tourists of the northern arapaho. Business council agreed that would impact all of our guests tribes. Pretty bad it would triple fast. Horror says those tribes rely on oil and gas revenue to pay for social services and unlike state and local governments. They don't have a tax base to back on. The issue is thornier for climate activists. Gold tooth with the nonprofit indigenous environmental network. It's nice to see them. Ministration recognized travel it is disheartening to the tribes. The use that to continue fossil fuel extraction moving forward gold tooth hopes to biden will support tribes in divesting from fossil fuel industry for national native news. I'm savannah mar this week. President biden signed a memorandum on tribal consultation. It directs all executive departments and agencies to engage a regular consultation with tribes agencies. Have ninety days to come up with a plan. Tribal leaders across the country are welcoming the memo in a statement principal chief of the cherokee nation. Chuck hoskin junior applauded. The action hoskins says meaningful consultation is vital to treble governments to have a seat at the table to shape policy and hold the federal government responsible. He says the memorandum is the first comprehensive white house affirmation of mandatory consultation with tribes since two thousand nine the tribal consultation follow directives laid out by the obama administration. President biden says he's committed to honoring tribal sovereignty and including tribal voices and policy and hopes to strengthen the government's relationship with tribes this week washington. Us senator. Maria cantwell address. President biden's nominee for us. Secretary of commerce rhode island governor gina raimondo and talked about tribal broadband. Steve jackson has more. Senator can't will introduce legislation last session. That would accelerate the deployment of broadband services to tribal communities by setting aside fcc and usda funds for deployment on tribal lands at the confirmation hearing for commerce secretary. Can't well made governor raimondo. Aware of the issue and the secretary will inherit a new program as part of the kobe. Bill the tribal broadband connectivity program. It two thousand nineteen report from. Fcc found that less than half of households in indian country have access to high speed broadband services a twenty percent gap from non tribal areas. And so i hope that we will be able to get good administration of that program. The cova pandemic has only increased the problem of limited broadband. Dude at more people working from home as well as distance learning for students for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane alaskan native artist and illustrator. Michaela goad was honored by the american library association. This week with the randolph called toco metal. She said to be the first native american to win the award. A member of the central council of lincoln and haida indian tribes go was recognized for most distinguished american picture book for children. We are water protectors. The book written by carol lindstrom turtle mountain honors water protectors for fighting for indigenous rights and environmental justice. Awards were announced during the association's virtual midwinter gathering. I'm antonio
Idaho Internet Provider Blocks Twitter and Facebook Over Censorship After Both Banned Trump
"Hello, everybody. Charlie Kirk here, it Isabelle Brown is about their the Internet wars are raging on raging indeed, Charlie. We're hearing a great story coming out of north Idaho, which I know you visited several times. I spent part of my childhood growing up in that region. It's a beautiful area and very conservative. And we're hearing that. A major Internet service provider that provides Internet to the areas in North Idaho, as well as eastern Washington and the Spokane region is now blocking access to Facebook and Twitter for customers that requested writers are doing they are and so they're hearing that customers are upset about the issue of censorship and more than two thirds of the company's customers. Have now requested firewalls against Facebook and Twitter in their household because they don't want to be censored anymore. So now Facebook and Twitter are gonna have to fight Internet service providers across the country. If people say I don't even want to get near that thing. This seems to be the new president. The Internet
House impeaches Trump for historic second time
"US House delegation took to the floor during debate on a second impeachment of President Trump Comas. Ryan Harris has their remarks Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors. Inciting violence against the government of the United States. After the clerks reading of the single article of Impeachment into the record members in succession took the House floor, including Republicans, Jamie Herrera, Butler and Dan Newhouse of Washington in favor of impeachment president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Last week there was a domestic Rap at the door of the capital, and he did nothing to stop it. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says a vote to impeach will add to the division in our nation. A vote to impeach will further fanned the flames. The partisan division 10 Republicans voted for impeachment, Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Spokane voted against it. Ryan
Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies
"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio
Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past San Francisco 85-62
"His purported twenty six points to lead number one consecutive pass that for Cisco eighty five to sixty two in Spokane the senior forward makes nine of eleven shots from the field the Bulldogs also getting eighteen points from Joe Ella yeah you entered in part would score fourteen drew to me adds ten as the nation's top scoring team improved their record to ten until one and on the west coast conference Jamari Bouvier paces San Francisco with eighteen points the dons are now seventy five overall a win two in league play I'm Mike Reeves
Washington State ranks 48th for rate of Covid spread in US
"Cases of covert 19 and two additional deaths since Sunday. That said, Come on, on, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert tells tells his his are are states states actually actually trending trending much much lower lower than than this this time. time. A A couple couple weeks weeks ago ago November November we we had had several several days days of of over over 3000 3000 confirmed confirmed daily daily cases. cases. There There was was even even a slight bump post Thanksgiving as predicted. Get over the past week, numbers have fallen again. U. S A today crunch the numbers provided by Johns Hopkins University. Before yesterday, statewide totals were released. At that point, new covert cases were down. 45.8% from the previous week's total cases fell in 33, Washington counties, with the best declines in King Pierce and Spokane. It's especially good news when you consider 30,000 more tests were administered this past week than the week before, when the positivity rate was much higher when you rank each state based on how fast the virus is spreading, Washington comes in at an admirable 48th. Ryan Calvert Co. Ammonia rural hospitals that are
How O Magazines Arianna Davis Made It, on Her Own Terms
"You're right anyone yearning for more creatively fulfilling life. Shouldn't strive to emulate or be. Frida the most impactful art is created when you tell your own story. What is the story. Then that you would want to tell me one of my goals in one of the stories. I want to tell through my career as a journalist and a writer is inspiring other women particularly women of color. And i think that. That's that's my point here in drawing from fritos life is not to say. Here's a blueprint of how to live your life. But it's more here's the story of a woman who lived her life boldly very far ahead of her time. And hopefully just by reading restoring gets no her. You'll be inspired to live your own life your own way but boldly treated a mascot a different way. Which is if you were telling your own story. Where would you want that story to begin with being a little girl. I grew up in outside of baltimore. Data's black my mom's puerto rican to grew up by racial. Ed grew up in the suburbs around the white kids and with the private school. So identity for me was always a very complicated thing especially as a kid. And i was also really shy kid and i was the kid who always heather nose in a book so i think my story would probably start with being a little girl and just finding such solace in such escape in the pages of a book. And that's really what i think kick started my love of writing and reading and storytelling and it would then kind of take me through. This journey of wanted to be a writer. Going to penn state in setting journalism thinking that i had to go down the newspaper track because that was what was accessible at the time versus magazines. What i really want always wanted to do. But the road of magazines so inaccessible. It was this glamorous world that only to be frank women who had access privilege and could pay to move to new york city in intern. Not make much money but it was. Thanks to I was a scholarship student at penn state in at a dinner that we had the publisher of seventeen magazine spokane. She gave this really inspirational speech. And afterwards you know this was either crazier genius. But i basically would follow her to the bathroom and told her i would love to break in journalism. I would love to be magazines. I asked her business card her name. Is jane jamieson. And once i moved to new york. I reached out. Should we had coffee. She was super helpful and she basically long story short helped me to get my foot in the door and get my resume to apply for postgraduate entertainment oprah magazine and that's really. What kind of kicked off my career
"spokane" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom
"Spokane police have arrested a man for bringing a pipe bomb into the offices of the spokane county democratic party yesterday. Police don't know yet. If the attack was politically motivated but democrats believe it was. Here's debt doug nat for nick. According to police the man wearing a backpack walked into spokane's teamsters union building where the democratic party headquarters are located. Police say the man indicated to a person inside that he had a bomb. Police were called and when officers arrived they convinced the man to come outside. Believe say he left the backpack inside and shortly after smoke from small fire came billowing out. The building was cleared traffic nearby blocked off and the man arrested the bomb squad investigated and found no bomb but that the man had started the fire. His name is not yet been released nor the charges. He will face though. The police statement makes no reference to where the incident occurred. Local democrats say their office was targeted. In a virtual meeting wednesday evening party members referred to a manifesto the sheet of paper. The man handed to a party volunteer. Chairwoman nicole bishops. Says she had reached out earlier in the day to local republican leaders to ask if they would issue a unity statement to condemn the event on. Its facebook page the spokane county republican party issued a statement that read in part hate should never be tolerated and we will always denounce all forms of violence. We must as a community stand together against these types of attacks. I'm doug nad warnick reporting..
First woman, next man on moon will come from these NASA 18
"Are increasing that an astronaut from Washington state will become the first woman to walk on the moon. NASA has named Spokane's and McClane and Kayla Baron from Richland to the 18 person Artemus team. NASA will select crews from this team for upcoming moon missions. The agency says it will land the first woman and next man on the moon in 2024.
NASA reveals Artemis Team, includes first woman, next man on moon
"Astronaut from this state will become the first woman to walk on the moon. NASA has named Spokane's and McClane and Caleb Baron from Richland to the 18 person Artemus team. NASA will select crews from that team for upcoming moon missions, The agency says. It'll land The first woman and the next man on the moon and 2024 just a minute away
Man arrested after allegedly threatening to bomb local Democratic offices in Spokane
"Tonight, Police say a man threatened to blow up the offices of the Spokane County Democrats today You could see the scene here. The man claimed to have a bomb in a backpack and held at least one person hostage this morning. Police haven't said if the device was a real explosive, but volunteers at the opposite. The man also handed them a manifesto. Police were able to get everyone out of the building safely, and that man was
"spokane" Discussed on KCRW
"Are being built so Spokane is trying something different this was on display in a big way one chilly morning at the city's downtown convention center we might expect to see a trade show or convention in this huge airy hall today it's a homeless connect hundreds of the city's most vulnerable or caring tote bag stuffed with donated food jackets health and housing grocers organizer Carrie Chapman says they move the event here this year because they ran out of space at the old venue the salvation army it's an amazing thing to witness we have absolutely every service you can think of veterinary services your cards showers clothing this is about more than just giving out free clothes or Habsi tests thank you for your online a lot of it's part of the delicate more long term plan to build trust in the system and convince people if they get help their lives might improve in a quieter corner of the convention hall Spokane municipal court judge Matthew and tissue is working the warrant squashing table it's for people who have been ticketed for illegal camping or certain lies it's called here other misdemeanors and never showed up in court thank you so this person is come in they want to get through one taken care of but at least until the next court date this person is not going to have that misdemeanor weren't over their head into says the courts are finding that a hardline approach on enforcement doesn't really do anything to stop the spread of homelessness it costs the city a hundred and thirty four dollars a day to jail someone is incredible expense in the community to have these words ultimately served and I think people have to start frankly caring about folks are problems and try to help with that this was a pop up version of Spokane's community court it convenes weekly over at the library judges I can't issue will often dismiss a warrant and combine someone citations all into one case even dropping the finds the city rarely collects anyway it's not clear yet how much this is doing to build better trust or save money but one ideas that it's at least showing people like Shannon Anderson there is hope Anderson who's forty has been in and out of homelessness since he was nine he's gotten five recent warrants for failing to show up in court for camping tickets makes me feel better myself knowing that I actually have people out here that will help me and they actually try to help Anderson just got his warrants squashed now it's up to him to complete his supervised community service Kirk Sigler NPR news Spokane Washington in for decades go go has been the unofficial music of Washington DC but today it's status becomes official when the city's mayor signed some legislation since the nineteen seventies go goes free flowing funk has been associated with the nation's capital end with musician Chuck brown who is known as the godfather of.
"spokane" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"With Tom in Spokane and I forgot about that hi Tom back to you comments posted a you there the income went back to the radio that's the general industry term for maybes putting the trade firearms our hope is anyway he wanted to know when I think about drag queens reading to little kids because they have them in Spokane what do I think I think that the left desire to destroy innocence in children is one of the many contemptible things about the left but they certainly know how to attack the right Mike for call earlier we would be okay if president trump assassinated his critics this gentleman truly believe that bye bye refer coaling I thank you for calling it's put it that way please clarify okay my could Chicago hello Mike god bless you thank you thank you my call Regis I would warn away by that last call regarding conservatives are some supporters are teenagers who cannot understand how it's possible after all we've gone through and all you do conservatives that left just holding the weeds such why don't we discuss the thing about us explaining how they have to otherwise they don't have the sense of moral superiority of unless real lowlife but it's it's not just psychological I mean they they believe the media well I only said that on the ice there was a remarkable thing somebody called me and said how come I could say because like the word copy to the horrible words the N. word about Jews in describing the Harry Truman and the framing him because he use that word in use the N. word privately and I am I showed never the less he was the president who integrated the armed forces major major step forward for blacks in America and for racial equality but to use the N. word music with a work colleague in his it in his private conversation and he was the first world leader to recognize Israel in nineteen forty eight it was my way of explaining that private talk is not necessarily an indicator of a person's character is an issue that I raise many times so I said the left is rated the only word that literally the only worth it cannot be said under any context of course as I said it's evil to call a black person the N. word evil the Cola Jew kite but I could save the world the word that I just said but I can't say the N. word even in the context of condemning it so of course Newsweek and elsewhere I'm a racist because I lamented the fact that we can't say the word but the point was we can say the word in context of course we should never say the word as as a whole a libel of a black person so they lie about me and they lie about everyone everyone was on the right truth is not a left wing value that's it it hasn't been since eleven created problem that's why the man could coal is sincere man but if you read The New York Times in you read The Washington Post you read news week in your read the tweets of life this you have this image of a that's created that's why it's it's very hard to they're the ones who who really live in the world of the lie and that's a very a very difficult problem to solve all righty everybody and Aaron in Saint Joseph Missouri high hi Dennis thank you for taking my call I respect your opinion a lot and I've been listening to you for a while but there was a few weeks ago I and I was shocked by hi you got so angry when someone someone challenge you about you know Cumans inherently good in and give you got very angry and I was yards got shot it then I start thinking and and I I just I will I want to get more education if I could and and if I could just ask you questions starting out and that is earlier today show I heard you know mentioned that there were a lot by god and I just I was wondering how you know you your thought process goes that if we're if we're in the law by god you got but that's what the man Mincio our creator how are inherently bad as he the old course all things good well I never said one Hurley better just said we're not merely good okay do you think were inherently good yes Sir I don't how do you do you do you I mean this quite sincerely occur but I'm not sure you could be really answer the question because it's a subjective question but are you aware of how much cruelty has been inflicted by humans on other humans like the click it was it is universal slavery was universal torture was universal of the of this the horrible subjugation of women was universal if we're basically good how do you explain all that well three will we will why would why would we use free will for such evil it for basically good well there were probably would go back to hearing about the material world here more than in our souls is is the best way I could there were not that one already okay so we're not basically good you venture drone question it's I'm sorry I don't you know I don't I don't insult calls and I don't mean to insult you it is such a foolish belief that people are basically good that humans are basically good that I don't I don't even understand why people believe such drivel I don't I don't get it Hey it's it's and if you're a Jew or Christian you have no biblical basis the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio something you need to know about the self help with the father son owners they're on a mission to help as many people as possible to get out of pain they've been a consistent sponsor of the show in radio sponsors come and go the with the may even stay for a year or so and then they're gone not so with relief factor Pete and Seth were consistent year after year why because tens of thousands of people now taking really factor every day for their back and neck pain shoulder pain hip pain knee pain etcetera and now there is less or no pain at all that's the truth I'd like you to try it three we quickstart is just nineteen dollars ninety five cents and three weeks you'll know for works out that is not a great thing or what cancel if it doesn't work.
"spokane" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Story around November Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety seven thirty four year olds sex worker. Linda mcavan told her friend Brian that she was scared of the spokane killer and that she she quote had an idea of who was killing the prostitutes and quote. Linda also told him she was afraid she would be the next one to be killed Brian. Brian was unsure of whether or not to take seriously see. Linda was a regular user of crack cocaine. According to the American addiction centers crack users often inexperience intense paranoia. That someone might be after them. Even while they're not high on the drug Bryan probably felt like his friend was merely being hyperbolic back on the night of November twenty second. He inland a plan to meet for dinner at their usual spot a diner. Brian sat down at a booth and waited for her. But after an hour rush she failed to show and Brian started to panic. His mind started racing with worst case scenarios. He prayed that his friend wasn't the latest victim of the spokane killer. He hurried over to Lind's apartment complex and pounded on her door. He was relieved when Linda finally answered half asleep but apologetic doc. Brian side gave her some time to get ready for dinner but just as they were about to leave together. Linda spotted a John. It was Robert. He requested her services and Linda obliged promising Brian. She'd be back in twenty minutes but something about Robert gave Brian a sinking feeling in his stomach. This guy was bad news. Brian tried to convince Linda to skip this one. He said he'd even pay for dinner to make up the income but Linda insisted assisted. Brian stood helplessly as he watched Linda. Get into Roberts Corvette. Brian later said quote. She told me to wait but she never ver- came back. The guy came back and said she went to work the street. I never saw or heard from her again and quote that night Robert Shot Linda once in the head and wrapped her head and two plastic bags then dumped turner field. The body wasn't found for months around that time Robert had a feeling. The police were catching onto him. He couldn't explain it. It was instinct so he devised a way to get out of spokane more frequently. At the time time he was enrolled in the National Guard to fly helicopters but had been grounded for over a year due to a lengthy clearance process despite not being on active duty. He was eligible to participate in any of the many training weakens. The National Guard held all over Washington state. During the first week of December Robert was at Fort Lewis. Listen to coma Washington that same weekend. The corpse of twenty four year old Melinda Mercer was found in a field in south Tacoma. She was stripped naked with four plastic bags wrapped around her head. She had been shot in the head three times. The strangest part of the murder was the fact that Melinda did not live in Tacoma. She was from Seattle forty five minutes North police theorize that whoever killed Melinda had done so up north before moving. Her body to a secondary location Gatien Tacoma. Police were also quick to notice the similarities between this murder and those occurring in spokane but before cops could make any headway. On Melinda's case ace Robert Left Tacoma to spend Christmas with his family in spokane about a week before Christmas. On December Sixteenth Nineteen ninety-seven Robert. Robert left his home to go Christmas shopping but first he took a detour. He rolled down East sprague in his white corvette looking for an ideal victim victim. He settled on thirty six year. Old Sex worker Sean. L. Johnson Robert had seen her before but never gotten the chance to pick her up today however however she had the time from the moment she stepped in the car. Robert knew he wanted to kill her. He waited until they were midway through sex to shoot her twice in the head. He quickly wrapped plastic bags around her head. It helped contain the blood in the car. He drove her out of the city to a spot near a sewage Treatment Plant the air around. The plant. Already smelled so foul. He figured nobody would find her body for quite some time. He dragged her out of the car and through through her lifeless body over the embankment. Then he looked down the road to another patch of earth it was the spot where he had dumped. Darla Scott's body a month ago he remembered her Mickey Mouse Shirt and smiled but the plant. It didn't end up being the safe hiding spot Robert imagined in fact Shawn's body. He was found a mere two days later. While maintenance worker Michael Connors spotted her at the bottom of the steep embankment haphazardly covered with leaves. After Shawn's body was discovered the police department was convinced that the recent string of sex worker killings were connected and formed the serial killer homicide aside task force. The biggest challenge for the task force sadly was public apathy. Detectives had irregularly asked the press to stop calling the deaths the prostitute murders because the public seemed to care less about the deaths of sex workers. Everson found that during her work at the Spokane County. HIV clinic thank sex workers were largely looked down upon and seen as lesser human beings. Everson said quote. You hear people say if the women weren't out working the streets this would not happen to them. They would not have been killed or hurt. That is a clear case of blaming the victim and quote despite this the Task Force got to work trying to catch this heinous killer. Meanwhile that killer was at home decorating a Christmas tree with his children and on Christmas Eve. Nineteen ninety-seven Robert was relaxing with his family. He might have been content to hang out at home all night but around five pm pm his wife sent him to pick up missing ingredients. She needed for Christmas dinner. He didn't intend to end up on these sprague avenue but at this point it was a force of habit habit. And that's when he noticed thirty nine year old. SEX WORKER SEAN mcclanahan. She was crying in the parking lot of a store called Rainbow Foods. He took pity on her and let her into his corvette mcclanahan had been struggling with her addiction to heroin. She planned to enrol in a Methadone program to get clean but the holiday season had been tough for her mcclanahan had separated from her husband on Thanksgiving at the time she was using about a gram of heroin a day Robert. It proved himself a good listener. And as a twisted thank you mcclanahan performed oral sex on him midway through he shot her twice. He wrapped two plastic bags around her head and drove to a lot on east fourteenth street. He carried her body out of the car and dumped it in a ditch but mcclanahan hands corpse didn't hit the ground. The way he'd been expecting he jumped into the ditch and almost laughed at what he saw. McLennan's body had landed atop another another corpse. A sex worker had dumped there a few days prior he felt a sick sense of pride. He was known in his neighborhood for having quite the sense of humor. And now as he could see the bodies were quite literally stacking up he blew the bodies kiss. Goodbye then zoomed off in his corvette it before another car could catch him then hurried home. He still had a few gifts to wrap for the kids before dinner. The other woman left in the ditch was thirty. One year old Laurel Wason. He had killed her in the same way he'd killed mcclanahan a few gunshots to the head which was subsequently wrapped in plastic Robert Aubert. Meanwhile continued to have a busy Christmas. He found more excuses to venture away from his family and drive down. East sprague avenue on Christmas. Dismiss Morning Robert picked up forty one year old sex worker sunny gale auster sunny had battled a cocaine addiction since she was seventeen years old which was also the age when she first became pregnant by the time she met Robert. She had two sons in their twenties. Both of whom tried their best to look after their mom sunny wanted to go to a drug treatment facility in spokane to try getting sober again. Sunny's family was rooting for her. They all felt like she was finally going to get sober. But despite her best efforts sunny soon fell off the wagon. She was discharged from a facility on October. First Nineteen Ninety seven. It's it's unclear as to where she was staying between October. First and Christmas Day. Perhaps out of embarrassment. She stopped contacting her family. The tried getting in touch with her but to no avail on December twenty. Four th nineteen ninety-seven. The oster family reported her missing the very next day she jumped in Roberts car are her. Fate was sealed on February eighth. Nineteen Ninety eight three locals. Were walking their dogs. In a wooded area near Spokane flooded flooded. The dog started to sniff at something under a clump of trees at the side of the road. The owner walked over to see what the canine had found close. Then she spotted to air step shoes strewn on the side of the road next. She spotted a foot then a hand on February tenth Tenth Nineteen Ninety Eight. The body was identified as sunny gale. auster the spokane killer had struck again a few months later on April first nineteen ninety eight. Linda Mavens body was finally found in a ditch fifty yards away from where mcclanahan and Laurel had been discovered. Her friend friend. Brian was absolutely heart stricken with grief. A part of him felt responsible like he could have done more to save her. He knew in his heart of hearts that he he had laid eyes on the killer but an eyewitness wasn't enough it would still be months before Robert was caught and the corpse of his next victim wouldn't be found for years. When we return Roberts most vulnerable victim now back to the story forty seven year? Old Robert Hurt. Yates encountered forty three year. Old Melody and Murphy in Spokane around May Twelfth Nineteen Ninety Eight. She was irregular around East Sprague Avenue and had known many of Roberts. Victims Melody regularly used heroin and ran a number of scams to support your habit for Goto was shoplifting. She she would then return. The merchandise for a cash. Refund Melody had two daughters with her longtime boyfriend Cap Davis they broke up in nineteen ninety two but Davison Davison Melody continued to do drugs together and melody frequently visited their daughters in his custody. One night in May nineteen ninety. Eight melody resorted to sex sex work on East sprague to make some quick money. Roberts White Corvette pulled up beside her. She got in not long after she. He was dead but this time. Robert didn't dump the body in an abandoned lot or grassy field. He chose a spot close to home. For whatever reason season Robert drove melodies corpse all the way to South Hill the suburb where his family lived. He pulled into his driveway. Robert dragged melodies body. auty onto the lawn. He grabbed a shovel and started digging. Robert Dug a three foot hole underneath his own bedroom window. He married her there and planted flowers in the soil to mask their freshly dug dirt according to forensic psychologist read Malloy Robert Buried Melody in his flowerbed bad as a means of controlling the victim even after her death malloy continued quote. You can continue in fantasy. The complete domination of her because she's buried in the ground below you it can be a sexual stimulus between killings and quote while Melodies Body Lay Beneath Roberts window. Police Lee struggled to locate her carbs despite not finding the body investigators included her in the serial killers list of victims even before they knew who the killer was police. Captain Doug Silver said quote because of the circumstances surrounding muffins disappearance her lifestyle and associates. We are now treating her case as a homicide and quote. The search for melody was widely covered by the media. It was all anyone talked about. This prompted Robert to do exactly glee. What police predicted? He listed his beloved White Corvette for sale. He offered it for about nine thousand dollars in May nineteen ninety eight. The price instantly caught the attention of Rita Jones who had long dreamed of owning a corvette..
"spokane" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of these killers crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen friends and neighbors knew Robert Lee. Yates as an average rich show. He was quiet and unassuming to some acquaintances in his native spokane Washington. Yates was so unremarkable that they didn't remember him at all. Yates was a decorated army helicopter. Pilot he was a father to five children. He enjoyed working with his cars which included his beloved white corvette. I bet he lived a quiet unassuming life or so. Everyone thought it soon became clear that despite Roberts mild mannered nature he had a sinister side from nineteen seventy five until nineteen ninety eight. He murdered at least seventeen people around Washington state. Soon this unassuming average Joe became spokane's most notorious resident. Hi I'm Greg Paulson. And this is serial killers on the PODCAST network every Monday. We dive into the minds and madness of serial killers today. We're going to take a deep dive into the life of Robert Lee Gates a convicted murderer who killed sixteen gene women and one man in spokane Washington..
"spokane" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Crane operator. Kaiser spokesperson Susan Ash Said said quote. By all accounts. He was a good worker. He had a very good work record and quote but the job wasn't enough Robert. His darker side began to emerge coach of the most dangerous street in Spokane at some point in nineteen ninety. Six Robert Lee. Yates visited the notorious areas. East sprague avenue in Spokane. The area had a reputation for being crime riddled a haven for sex workers. The spokesman review reported in two thousand seventeen that throughout the years east sprague avenue head up to thirty sex workers a day occupying corners and throughout the nineteen nineties ninety s sex workers from the avenue often ended up murdered one particular East sprague avenue. Sex worker thirty eight year old Shannon ours. Alinsky was last seen alive. On May Twenty Seventh Nineteen ninety-six she was a former waitress and heroin user so Alinsky was also the mother to a twenty year old daughter. Zielinski had a criminal record with drug possession and theft charges. On that day. She was drinking alcohol with a group of men near Sprague Avenue. A police officer approached the group but no arrests were made later that evening. Witnesses say they saw Zielinski leave her nearby residents for sex work. She wore or a gray dress and high black boots. It's unclear how Robert met Solanki or how they're encountered turned deadly but on June fourteenth nineteen ninety-six six. The last day of classes at the local high school. Two teenage boys decided to investigate a rotting stench at their school bus. Stop in the foothills of Mount Spokane. They had noticed the smell for a few days and set off to find the source. The teens thought the foul odor might be coming from a deer carcass or a dead raccoon. They they found neither in their search. The boys reached Holcomb Road and explored the nearby brush. They saw something lying beneath low-hanging pine branches. It was the remains of a woman's body maggots infested a woman's body clad in a grey dress. A Blue Towel had I've been draped over the body barely covering it the boy spotted a pair of pantyhose a pair of white socks and one high black boot near the remains terrified. The teens ran home and contacted the police. They returned to show Spokane County. Sheriff Deputy Brent Garret the body. They had found sheriff's detective. Rick grabbed Stein examined the crime scene and theorized that the woman had been killed somewhere else since the forest area didn't show any signs of struggle or blood. The spot near Hokum road just happened to be the killers dumping site. The woman's head had two gunshot wounds. One other right side and one on the left police tried to take sperm sample from the body. That could help track down the killer but the body was too decomposed there was no. ID or wallet found. And on the body or nearby authorities used the body's fingerprints to identify her as Zielinski. Forensic entomologist logist. Dr Neil haskell examined. The maggots founded silence. Crime scene to figure out the data for death. He studied the development of the insect which was identified as the black blow. Fly Maggot. This detail would later become crucial to the murder case. The life cycle length of the black blow. Fly Maggot is determined. Woman'd Bhai temperature. Its life cycle will fully advance through all the stages if the temperature is at least around seventy degrees Fahrenheit otherwise its life cycle will we'll be stunted based on the life stage of the maggots found in the body and the outside temperature in the days leading up to the body's discovery Haskell determined that the bodies date of of death was around may twenty six or twenty seventh nineteen ninety-six this also aligned with the fact that Lewinsky was last seen alive around the same. I'm tired among the maggots. Grabbing Stein found a shell casing near where the body was found. Ballistics experts identified the ammunition used as a twenty ninety five caliber gun. Robert used this murder weapon for several more of his victims. Grabbing Stein had been familiar with silence ski and arrested her on East Sprague Avenue you several times for drug possession and theft. He was unable to recognize her face. Due to the advanced state of decomposition. The detective personally told Zelinski is mother other Shannon Laughlin about her death. She said she knew as soon as she saw him. Laughlin said. I always thought it was going to happen eventually. Robert wasn't identified as a suspect in Alinsky murderer at the time she lived too dangerous life in her east sprague avenue activities in addition to sex work she had recently ripped off a notorious drug dealer who vehemently refused to take a lie detector test. Dolinsky was also a potential key witness in the case against it's to Joe Joe Andrews a murder suspect who allegedly shot two people in Spokane in nineteen ninety four. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter a year later. Police initially believed she could have been murdered in connection with that case months later. Linda caught Robert with blood on his hands. Literally in in the fall of Nineteen ninety-six Linden noticed that Robert didn't return home one night. The next morning he returned home and blood covered the back of their van. Robert told her that he had run over a dog and driven it to a veterinarian. She said she believed him. It's unknown if the story had some truth to it or if the blood ed belonged to a still unknown human victim Robert began amassing more victims in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven after a big blow to his ego almost exactly exactly a year after his army retirement. Robert joined the National Guard in Washington in April nineteen ninety-seven at age forty five. His goal was to fly helicopters. Actress again lieutenant colonel. Rick Patterson a National Guard spokesperson said. He came to us very very qualified. Robert Train near Tacoma once a month in order for Robert to be able to fly helicopters for the National Guard. He had to undergo a routine medical examination. He had to remain grounded in the meantime but there there was a lengthy delay in processing the approval for flight. Some sources say an unknown ailment was found in Robert's examination and doctors kept him grounded from flight right from April nineteen ninety seven until spring of Nineteen Ninety eight his performance evaluations stated that his morale and dedication remained high. Even though he couldn't fly but on the ground there seemed to be another side to Robert. It was during this time period when he murdered the majority of his victims. uh-huh next week will discuss the thirteen murders Robert committed between nineteen ninety seven and nineteen ninety eight mostly on East sprague avenue new. We'll also see how a glaring clerical error involving his beloved white corvette kept police off his trail for years and during that time period this this murderous pilot was free to comb the St for victims but terror both on the street and in the sky there was literally no where to hide. Made from Roberts watchful eye thanks again for tuning into serial killers. We'll be back Monday with a new episode. You can find more episodes of serial killers as well as all.
"spokane" Discussed on Side Hustle School
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"spokane" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"Don't user was a full-time all the time brew master at a Spokane Washington brewery? For many years. He also enjoyed making his own beer on the side and joined a homebrew club known as worked or warriors at the rotating tap in his spare time when he wasn't working on new concoctions and recipes. He spent his time hanging out at dry fly. distillery next door. He became friends with the team. At Dry I fly in chatted with him often about all things to expand their operations and open a tasting room. They decided they wanted to have a house. Ginger Beer anybody's not familiar. Ginger beer is a non alcoholic. Beverage made by fermenting ginger east and Sugar Dylan jumped on the opportunity and began testing out different flavors and ratios. Does he enjoy the process but hauling around large kegs to and from the distillery was exhausting. This got him thinking. What if you could make something that had the flavor flavor of Ginger Beer but without the weight or time commitment to bring it? He began to experiment. Further came up with a recipe for making a craft syrup that could be used Houston cocktails or mixed with Soda Water. He started with the Syrup. Composed of fresh ginger root lemon juice lime juice and brown sugar then instead of carrying around kegs eggs a finished product. You just need to add an ounce of Syrup to four ounces of Soda Water You can have a delicious beverage either non alcoholic whereas base for cocktails while it took some time to get the flavor profile perfectly. Distilled only cost him about a thousand dollars to cover his initial inspections commercial kitchen riddle and the cost of goods and supplies to facilitate production. The dry fly. distilling team was also impressed. With Dylan's creation. They encouraged him to take it to the next level by making it in larger batches. This required a lot of work in research. But Dylan Dillon was up for it. He learned that. In order to sell perishable items he would need to acquire certifications from the Washington Department of Agriculture. Each certification took about five weeks to a complete between studying and testing. But he wasn't a rush so for the next year he worked on them periodically all while continuing to protect his recipe. That hard work paid off the certifications indications allowed Dylan to improve the quality and integrity of his syrups so now side-hustle syrups and that is the name by the way hustle. syrups is officially in business. He started by selling at local farmers. Markets customers enjoy the flavor. He brought in a prophet right away with that profit. Human desire to share his products more widely. I version was only available as a refrigerated syrup and so was therefore it more limited in its distribution in order to make it more marketable heated to make it shelf stable and hand just what that came with another round of certifications determined to create the highest quality product. He once again spent time and some money to get those additional credentials else. That effort paid off as well as he is now able to sell side Hustle syrups to local retailers eager. To get the word out he began cold calling doing demos and approaching pushing stories directly. He would bring samples of his product and asked to speak to a buyer as a result of his persistence. He's been able to build solid relationships which in turn has increased distribution achieving his goal throughout the process. The folks that dry fly distillery that original inspiration have continued to support. They've used his products in some of their drinks. And they've just teamed teamed up to produce a new canned cocktail between the SYRUPS. Finally since completing his certifications dillon has expanded the flavors of his syrups to include Tonic Orange Vanilla Vanilla elder flower and Lemon lavender. He's also moving beyond cocktails seeing a market for the syrups to be used as tea and coffee. Flavoring Dessert. toppings take.
"spokane" Discussed on Running from COPS
"The worst day of their lives after talking to the people in Spokane. I'm thinking that maybe it's not the worst day of their lives. They're filming. It's just like Tuesday a really shitty day made worse every time by police armed with cameras who gave them no choice in their fame. I think this is a good first step in doing that. And I report think you debate finally ends everyone has had their say. So thank you. Everybody for coming down. Tonight. Staying not watching the guns basketball game ready to vote. So I want to reiterate. Life PD is a television show if not law enforcement cops is a television show. It's not lawn force -ment building somebody where you make profit is not a right or privilege when it's done in partnership with the city, we have a duty to protect our citizens. You know, when you imagine teams like this you always hope for like, a gavel banging or each council person standing up and screaming Yay. Or nay, sadly, Spokane is a very twenty first century town. They vote triclean results popping up on a big screen upfront. The law passes five to one. One new requirements restricting reality show, filming are enacted into law onto the next legislative last legislative item or see three five five nine four..
"spokane" Discussed on KOMO
"Mary's in Spokane at the McCarthy center, the BULLDOGS perfect in west coast conference play that record never in jeopardy, especially with Hatcher Mara hanging out above the rim. Zags lead fifty three to twenty at the half. And this one just kept his foot on the gas. After the break, they can get it done on both ends of the floor to ninety four to forty six the final air bags improved to Ted to know in replay three top twenty teams tickets tumble. Number eleven Virginia Tech, the highest ranked one to go, and it was courtesy of Clemson Tigers Elijah Thomas was a beast in the pain. How about this just swap involves away left and right? He had seven blocks shops. Even we got the assist on this triple for Mark piece read Clemson with the upset fifty nine fifty one in South Carolina and second ranked U dub suffering its first loss of the season is softball here. They would go to games they wash and falling three two in eight innings against Notre Dame and port. Vallarta. They would win the nightcap, and they're double header in Mexico for one over dukes. Snow isn't stopping Caitlyn Ohashi and UCLA gymnastics from taking Washington at the heck, Ed pavilion. The Bellevue native who's perfect ten fourteen Wildwood us all and went viral. She'll be on montlake Sunday. With her third rang. Bruins for U dub, this'll be their biggest meet other season. So far the defending national champs in the house. Komo radio's they'll swertz was with Jim dogs this week and talk about the high profile match up with the Bruins. And what they thought about going head to head with a harsh. Watching.
"spokane" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Twenty five. It's about the same prices of home than I did maybe about thirty thousand dollars pretty home in Spokane, isn't it? The read my home that I'm in right now is about three hundred thousand dollars, and we've rented it or two thousand in the past probably make a little bit more than that not the upper end of the rental market like to the trying gasping only, I'm actually south of Spokane in Kennewick area. So we have hampered if a lot of we have a lot. We had the demographic where there's a lot of highly educated. He's coming here to work in the area for a year or two at a time. Well, I own rental properties that are up are in like that. But I was just this is definitely an expensive rental property in Spokane right because your average average home price in America today is about two and a quarter in Spokane. It's less than that. Okay. And so, and if you're above average home price in your area, you're in in the higher rentals. I prefer from residential single family to be above average because of the clientele, but. Right to work with more, reliable and all that. So anyway, you do whatever you would like to do you've already saved one hundred thousand dollars. You're thirty years old. You're doing good. I couldn't go back in debt, and I'm not gonna recommend you do. And so what would I do if I were in your shoes? Pass on this one. I'm all set aside. What portion of this one hundred thousand is my emergency fund and the rest of.
"spokane" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"spokane" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Okay we on vacation oh oh yeah yeah oh man i was hitting home at home from a week well lethal weather on the first day got their right through to get in i got an extra day i'm now you're gonna love one another so when you hurt because the whole thing so drill what you have the look forward to what have you noticed any residual so i i do feel like my recall is not what it used to be especially i've in the tech industry monitors about terms and and you know languages and stuff and so sometimes i have that thing hang on the tip of my tongue longer than they used to and they can't recall certain word that definitely feel that is is different than it used to be and i've had some friends comment that i'm not as sharp as i once was but i tell the neurological tests with the spokane you've got a valuation and you know the big under two subjects seven to stop you can you're backed up really for me more did you have a concussion as part of this yeah this is a concussion and i was a little uh knocked out as well you know all right so it's always it's it's difficult to predict on two fronts its three friday that really it's it's go to predict the risk for residual effect of a subdural probably going to be nominal but some people get some stuff from that difficult to predict even just the procedural aspect of you having had a craniotomy in the the haemogram evacuated that can create changes but i think you're bigger issue is the concussion itself as you know well that's associated and that's people are talking more and more about longterm consequences but i you know turning forty a lot of the stuff that you're describing kind of happens in forty two forty five automobile already.
"spokane" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
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"spokane" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Take me at lunch i figured i don't have time for caitlyn but i will i will talk to you on the whole car right also an hour and a half dry boring liquor be pretty serious garage yes do you have any non q people they get to go of these i ask a question does your it's always i've is very handsome game in these various origin so what if someone like me joe on this i have to say you know what it is there does have to fair not applying to apply to girls there their intimidate i of the picture likes chatanooga something i was like you i cannot believe you found the two hottest 98 busy accua you and some homeless sell you i just got an email from the girls that one spokane i gave them i called into the daca showing us because you called in one taping a pike as i got it these might be the two most attractive girls have an understanding and spokane na but they what they roe was so amazing they said were were so much like you one of us is cheap like you but we also like chardonnay and boetsch like you i mean they just wrote in amazing in amazing letter and i just could not i just said you got to win but i said this is people are going to start to say i guess you to some attractive fans she really does it's amazing i think i have a trusted irvine together and you could tell because it's like a mole and it could studio the people going because they were like well on their house in a way jelly there's still for women that i hung out with their drinks with after the show they will like the most attractive or seen in my life guna beach chinese valid listen fellas if you're single made a woman over forty.