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Amazon Adding 100K Jobs For Holiday Season

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Amazon Adding 100K Jobs For Holiday Season

"Just around the corner, many businesses would traditionally being on holiday hiring blitz right now, But come Oh, Suzanne Font says the pandemic appears to have changed what seasonal hiring will look like This Amazon delivery worker says he's really busy right now. He expects it to get even busier for the holiday season. Wind picked season right now. So like we go delivery like seven days a week. Then stop. Amazon is adding 100,000 seasonal jobs nationwide more than 2500 in Washington state during the pandemic. When a lot of people are out of work, this might mean more people applying for seasonal jobs. It's kind of hard to fire job right now during the call of it, But like Amazon, always like welcome people to, you know, to come to work, and then I think it's a really good opportunities for everyone. The massive number of jobs offered by Amazon. Stem from a major demand for online deliveries probably shop online. It's just easier and faster Candy Heaven says. This holiday season, she'll do a lot of shopping online tacking commerce giant Amazon is looking for workers to put their online shopping orders. Working human resource is and operate the company's robots. Jeff Shulman is with U Dub Foster School of business. You know, Unemployment's really high right now we've got a lot of small businesses struggling. We've got a lot of people with the Boeing layoffs here. A region in particular had a lot of people who can't even imagine holiday spending at this moment, but at the same time there's still going to be dollars spent. A lot of that is gonna be spent online rather than in traditional brick mortar. And while many people before the convenience of shopping online stores hope thatyou're still spend time and money with them Kitty Heaven says That's her plan. I think people are more inclined to try and support local businesses. So hopefully people will come out of comas. Suzanne Fawn as political

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Seattle businesses face thousands of dollars in damage by vandals, protest fallout

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Seattle businesses face thousands of dollars in damage by vandals, protest fallout

"Is going to be costly for business owners. Come. Oh, Suzanne. Phone has more from Capitol Hill. Taro Nagashima can't believe his eyes. His surveillance video captured the attack on Roman down both on Thursday night, someone broke his duel. Pane windows, and then he said, they toss an explosive into his restaurant. I thought if Yang Wei escape the bald Throw the firework. Fortunately, the restaurant was empty and no one was hurt. And around the corner, Hugo House more cleanup. Someone broke the windows there. At Central Lutheran Church, which is across the street from calendars in park. The pastor there believes a vandal did damage our facilities manager Aw, a person was wearing black and had a hoodie on, he says. Someone hurled rocks at the church, breaking five intricate 100 year old stained glass windows highly likely that the person was a part of the protest. But we don't know Suzanne Fawn Cohen is a rally in Portland,

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Thousands of students tripped up by tech troubles as Seattle Public Schools starts the year

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Thousands of students tripped up by tech troubles as Seattle Public Schools starts the year

"Kicked off its school year Friday. Students in Seattle public schools and other districts are learning online combo Suzanne Phone reports on how students are handling the challenges of technology. Big challenges for online learning on the first day of school for Seattle public schools. At one point, the system was overloaded issues with accessing the learning platform. Some students were kicked off. I don't know what platform was failing if it was teens or what it was at Seattle public schools, the first several days of instruction have been referred to as strong start. That's the Let teachers get to know the students and make sure everyone has the technology they need to succeed. Julie Dennis has two boys and Shoreline school district, she said. They had some minor technical issues. Everybody on the zoom couldn't hear the teacher. They could hear everyone else. But they couldn't hear the teacher, Seattle public schools teacher Liz ALS and knows things maybe challenging at the start, but she's confident things will get better. We have a huge learning curve, but it feels like it was a good place to start. Suzanne Fawn Conus Tacoma, Pierce County

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Washington State To Have School Online For The Fall

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:59 min | 6 months ago

Washington State To Have School Online For The Fall

"And teachers are reacting to the news that thousands of students in our state Will be schooled at home this fall. Kemo Suzanne Fun has more. Some people are concerned remote learning will be unfair to disadvantaged families. Just let us know and we've been issuing T Mobile response for Internet access to our families and also devices. Seattle Public schools parents, Sabrina Burr says remote learning is necessary for everyone. The most important thing is the health safety and well being of our kids and our educators. Some school districts in Washington state are able to start in the fall with a hybrid model. For the most part, many school districts will count on full Distance learning and for many District school will start on September 2nd starting school at a time when community transmission rates are this high is reckless, and we want to make sure that we do not become part of an even higher community transmission rate in Seattle. Suzanne Fawn Communists in

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Least fifty civilians are being treated following a suspected poison gas attack by Syrian rebel groups on the government held city of Aleppo in northern Syria, Syria's, government controlled media. Our report. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. This is twenty four seven news on KOMO news. I'm Paul tax heads up for Seattle drivers this weekend. The Seattle marathon takes over downtown streets on Sunday morning. Some roads will be closed this year runners or heading north through the district and northeast Seattle. Biggest closures and all about Fifth Avenue downtown, the I five express lane two lanes of southbound ninety nine in the Burke, Gillam trail all streets and trails. We back open by two thirty investigators in Renton trying to figure out what caused a fire which burned four u hauls their flames broke out around three fifteen Saturday morning in the thirty two hundred block of northeast four street. Firefighters were able to put out the flames in about twenty minutes before they spread to other vehicles. The Renton fire department tells KOMO news it looks suspicious after someone apparently cut into the fencing leading into that you whole lot friends and family gathering to remember a former student amount. Rainier high school. Loto shot and killed on Thanksgiving Day during a pickup football game. Komo Suzanne fawn has more from Des Moines's, friends and family. Tell me they are just heartbroken as police continue to look for the shooter. The community is going to remember a man.

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KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Seeing here supporting us is this really great band is a part of the program. Nice seeing lot of. Family here roller coaster going through what these things have gone through. And then. Everybody now together as one I mean, it's. It's been a pretty incredible forty eight hours, and I'm just grateful. Everybody's sake and the boss one of six carrying the marching band to Pullman had fifty six people on board when it rolled over near George forty seven people were taken to the hospital, and I was told today one band member does remain in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. At Patrick Quinn reporting. A woman is dead following a multi vehicle crash on interstate five near Federal Way, the Washington state patrol says the accident caused a bad backup on southbound. I five just south of state route eighteen this happened Saturday afternoon. Multiple vehicles found at the crash scene when police arrived, but the worst off a guard real punctured one vehicle critically injuring the woman inside she was in her sixties. She was a passenger who died at the scene, the male driver. Also in his sixties was reported to be okay circumstances leading up to the crash under investigation, friends and family are gathering. Remember, a former? Student of mount rainier high school Lavelle loto was shot and killed on Thanksgiving Day during a pickup football game. Komo Suzanne fawn reports from Des Moines's were this young man was literally a giant in the community, friends and family tell me they are just heartbroken as police continue to look for the shooter. The community is going to remember a man they.

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KOMO

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"The executive order impacting migrant families that have been separated detained raises a lot of concern among local community advocate suzanne fawn has more on their reaction to the order and what some of them are trying to do to help the new executive order striking nerve with many advocacy groups like refugees north west there seems to be no path forward here it appears there's no procedure for how to reunite families northwest immigrant rights project is one of the groups on the front lines trying to help those directly impacted by the immigration policy it's raising money to defend these families and to reunite parents and their kids the executive order has not changed things on the ground at the detention centers in seatac or tacoma or around the country it's like a step into one wrong direction to another direction right because they executive order as clean saying we're going to indefinitely detain parents triggered which i don't think is answering any way i think that it is an issue that is a human rights issue reverend dr joyce perry more with saint james episcopal church in kent will welcome in asylumseeker into her home she doesn't have any details yet like when it would happen or how long it would be for but she's still eager to help we would be very happy to open our doors to provide some temporary respite for people whether whatever that's going to me suzanne phan komo news a wellknown doctors latest report on hunger is taking a lot of americans by surprise komo's brian calvert had a chance to speak with dr sanjay gupta about food waste and what you can do to change things it's important to i understand why he so passionate about this topic the famine of tamale back two thousand eleven and that was one of the most emotionally tough story i think for me to cover the famine was clear and always present okay you know east africa a country that has had significant issues with drought it infrastructure one thing but then he began looking in hunger here at home in the united states wanted six children are food insecure they don't know if they're getting a next meal they don't know if or when they're getting a next meal one eight adults or food insecure wait a minute i thought the economy was booming it doesn't trickle down to everybody you know so you have these families they may be living in your own neighbor day you know there there may be friends with their their kids and their kids maybe friends you know the people who you know colleagues for now a hundred percent dependent on the generosity of others for food so why are so many so hungry gupta blames a lot of it on food waste forty percent of the food in the united states is wasted forty percent now that's in the fields where it is grown that's during the distribution process has that been grocery stores and restaurants and a lot of it isn't people tell us hope is that you'll start ignoring certain numbers printed on non perishable items you know you pay attention to the use by dates and sell by dates food those are meaningless numbers the only food that's required to have that is infant formula all the other stuff that's basically for food companies themselves to push more product so like canned meat for example canned tuna has a has a date stamped on it you can eat it up to five years action that date that's one of the there's tons of that perfectly good canned tuna that's doing up landfills states right now ooh plans on elaborating more on his special airing this weekend on cnn there is not a liability in terms of donating food people say well what if somebody gets sick you're not held liable long as good faith restaurant same thing and i think the these food banks you know there was just a couple of hundred when i was in college and now there's eight thousand of them around the country making sure that your partner community because these are your neighbors were the ones that are food insecure brian calvert komo news your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now your komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now more worries over a possible trade war pushing stocks lower for the eighth straight day the dow closed down one hundred ninety six points the nasdaq gave up sixty nine and the.

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Lindsey Baum case: Remains found by hunters in 2017 ID'd as long-missing Wash. girl

First Light

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Lindsey Baum case: Remains found by hunters in 2017 ID'd as long-missing Wash. girl

"Illinois until it can be brought back to washington to face charges komo news time is now four thirty eight authorities in northern california say a resident found human remains inside a girl shoe and a pair of jeans on a beach about one mile north of where clarke county woman drove her family's suv off a cliff the local sheriff's department says the crew was a searching the area and westport california where the remains were found on wednesday human remains found by hunters last year in eastern washington identified as those of ten year old ten year old mccleary girl missing since two thousand nine yesterday grace harbor county sheriff rick scott said the remains of lindsey bomb were identified using dna the mccleary community center was filled as people turned out to hear the latest on the investigation and komo's suzanne fawn has their reaction michelle aim struggles to hold back tears following a heartbreaking announcement brought lindsay home we've recovered her aims helped set up the command center and helped with the search nearly ten years ago when lindsey baum disappeared saddened devastating that we didn't bring her home the way we all hoped for many the news was tough to hear it was difficult to hear this this was really shocked for a small close knit community that searched extensively for bomb and held out hope for her safe return news that her body has finally been found means some relief closer finally and ten years that's komo's suzanne phan reporting that case is now a kidnapping and murder investigation komo news time is now four thirty nine an attempt to bring the orca called lolita back home puget sound is underway come ozmet mark of it says the lemme nation started a thirteen day totem journey yesterday.

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Man Infected With Hepatitis C After ER Visit Files Suit Against MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital | Tech Times

News, Traffic and Weather

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Man Infected With Hepatitis C After ER Visit Files Suit Against MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital | Tech Times

"One here downtown tacoma plaza at six thirty six right now in airplane will spray a pesticide over areas in western washington targeting gypsy moths the state department of agriculture tells us he re komo news at the spring could start as early as tuesday above a neighborhood near graham in pierce county they also plan areas around naval base kitchen up and many parts of kitsap county narrative hospital now faces a lawsuit over one of their nurses allegedly exposing thousands of patients to hepatitis c komo suzanne fawn attorney amanda serily says her client is suing good samaritan hospital and puyallup and multicolored health system the client went to good samaritan last december to be treated for kidney stones months later results show he tested positive for hepatitis c very emotionally tolling on him police arrested nurse cora we burg thursday night at the canadian border she's accused of stealing narcotics while working the good samaritan hospital emergency room she also is accused of infecting at least two patients with hep c including series client we are not looking into the criminal allegations at this point that's not our concern serily says her claim filed the civil suit for several reasons this case is being brought against good samaritan for negligence cause of action we're actually concerned more about the hospital and what was their knowledge the hospital has not commented on the suit reeburg has been released from jail due to lack of evidence facebook starting a new dating service but some are warning to be very careful if you use it dr steve jones says for the last year scammers have used his photos and identity to con women out of money scammers pretend to be in love with the women asked for financial help and then once they get the cash they disappear this must be going on people stealing my pictures and using them on facebook i'd say up to ten day he says facebook shut down his real account because so many women complained that he scammed them but it wasn't him an estimated one million americans have fallen for these kinds of scams in just the last three years almost michelle esteban this year small business week has come to a close and something that's drawing attention in a recent survey by salesforce dot com it found some challenges concerning.

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Saturday trips and seventy one more on sundays and help with expansion metro says it's hiring now more bus drivers meanwhile if you take the mercer street and navigate gridlock in the mercer mess the get on i 5 you're gonna see the big change as of this week and let's say it's a testing time as komo suzanne fawn says the new rent meters are in place richie cindy was given a driving along mercer students so if you've tried to get out anywhere around five applause new signals on both the north and southbound ramps from mercer to i 5 at first it'll just be on weekends washed out can work at any kinks then starting april 10th washed out will turn on ramp meters daily during the week washed out in the esta say they will monitor congestion and travel times on i five and turn on meters as needed gordon former husky football player showing off their skills at motleq today combest bill swatch has more on pro day and the combine seven former huskies participated in last week's nfl combine tight end will d'isly among them clear effort are here the marker going back in alaska and hawaii play the game if could geider your air your horn bite of any big disley impressed many pro scouts including the seattle seahawks but he plans to work out again this morning during husky pro day on campus then it to this afternoon you dubbed fans can watch current players run and jump inside the dmc center it's the fifth annual husky football combine helping players prepare for spring practice and beyond i'm.

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"In the communities of gold bar and index in snohomish county first responders lurd over the weekend that one of their own died during a hiking trip in these no call me river komo suzanne fawn has more on that story this smile on same graft in space says it all friends and colleagues says he was an avid adventure and simply loved helping people play according to colleagues grafton was a longtime volunteer firefighter and mtn gold index and he was also a rescue technician friends also say graft and was an expert kayaker sam traveled all over the world to kayak on the reverse so many are still stunned about what happened saturday grafton was catching on the north fork the snow quami river with a group of friends according to rescue crews somehow he he ended up in the water and drowned crews searched the river in a king county sheriff's office helicopter helped with the recovery that's causes in fond reporting so minor skirmishes took place between conservative rallygoers and protestors at the university of washington on saturday almost telling batonga has more warne's eventually turned into burst of violence at the freedom rally on red square ralliers and counterprotesters were not only divided by ideology they were separated by beers guarded by batonwielding officers patriot prayer rally years and counterprotestors still managed to get to the opposing sides or confrontations went down release unfortunate that both sides will have a platform to express their opinions and we can do that america dow without all the violence in this the provoke it on both sides release satisy a rally you debra publicans and their invited guests see was intended to be peaceful and of a message about protecting american freedoms it's really sad the fact that americans want to combine exists interests have free speech that would cause violence i think that we proven that protests like this violent cuts to us that it doesn't work that we're still speak counterprotesters had shown up to the rally outnumbering the other group with a goal of drowning out there voice a freighter yes those voices on either side got overshadowed with flying fifths still be extra police officers always had the upper five people got taken away in handcuffs charged with disorderly conduct foretold both officers and.

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KOMO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Fourteen i'm mark plant combination i'll check it out forecast aaron my skis lee she's smiling it's going to continue to rain out there in heavy at times in the foothills of the cascades in fact we have a flood watch and warning to talk about the warning comes to us now homeless river and we will be in a flood warning through vowed monday evening so it could get pretty dicey out there we also have a flood watch for several other western washington counties and today will top out just wide around the low fifty is they're running fairly warm throughout the rest of the week rain continues we may trial just a little bit and see some sunshine mid week from the komo weather center i'm air now silver yesterday join in eastern washington pleasure lord palm unomoz with leg into try should ease right now cloudy and bellingham forty nine were hearing of some fog around evident forty nine and the right now she yellow clouds 53 you recall stay connected stay informed this is komo news good morning it 700 sixyear this fourth day of february mark christopher infra jet paul july like hiebert is our technical director with the news there of abc of another amtrak collision with that freight train this is just the latest in the string of accidents evolving amtrak trains it was just last week a train carrying republican lawmakers to their annual policy retreat crashed into a garbage truck that was on the traction rural virginia one of the trucks passengers were killed and he recall back in december three people killed and one hundred others hurt when at amtrak train derailed off of i five with your past there near to plot latest from south carolina the fact of two people have dead and seventy are injured will keep monitoring abc for updates two people dead and a suspected shooter behind bars after gunfire breaks out at a key peninsula home early saturday morning komo suzanne fawn testified bullets were flying everywhere and that several people had fired shots but department says it's really remarkable that the two year old inside the car with not strap it happened in the fifty five hundred block of whitening road in the peninsula area pierce county deputies say that the seven year 27yearold man shot and killed two people he called 911 soon afterward and turned himself in now the two people.

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KOMO

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Suzanne fawn report turn armed swaddled you can hear them seve until ball crowds locks on loud and crowd so many different groups sisters power here hinted his cower of of affirmation it is the power of solidarity so many different voice the action is my voice that means way and if i don't know what else to do i can get out and support the people around me on during the right thing was so many different messages super curlers fred illegal trump you are atrocious sign says politi everyone i'm another man for equality claiming running women winning for the second year in a row the seattle women's march has drawn tens of thousands of people many of them clad in peak last year crowds got to be as big as one hundred seventy five thousand according to some estimates the sheer the energy the spicer's remarkable the turn out just as impressive and i see i think they came with a lot of fear and apprehension and this year they know what needs to be done right they know about the issues that they cared about that the raxit under threat so whether they were buying new signature knit hats as the poor the march or passing out cupcakes for a cost police say liberty and justice for all there was plenty of enthusiasm and hope for we made it through one year so we can make it for three more even before the march began to all the counterprotest police say the arrest arrests which person assault on an office police and security keeping the peace the rally as organizers had hoped a family friendly show solidarity and strengthen numbers a show of support that ended at seattle center well i think today represents the next step in activism in all of these people have come out here today because i have something that they want to say and mayor durkin spoke at today's rally before the march she calls this year a year of action in a tweet she says quote she said we marched we organiz we ran and we want that tomorrow was organized day of action in seattle called women act on seattle we'll have more information posted on koa news dot com that is usually reported tears still flowing on the.

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KOMO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Affected services in our state scaling back forest service and national weather service already cutting back what they're doing senate democrats holding out for an extension of dhaka which helped trigger the federal government shutdown activists marched through tacoma last night demanding an extension of that programme which yields more people or shields people brought to this country as children many of the protesters were daca recipients who knows the program if this appears they could end up in custody awaiting deportation ricardo rio says one of the poor americans with us anybody else with same dreams and and businesses everybody else trump administration has indicated the desire to phase out the daca program but a ruling by a federal judge earlier this month has temporarily blocked that effort dhaka's future far from certain there were a hundred thousand people plus said last year's women's march in seattle today women's march to point out projected to have much fewer but still the tens of thousands last year's march was largely a protest of the inaugu the president trump this year the focuses more on issues komo suzanne fawn says the rally starts ten a m kelly anderson park hope engaged empower all people to support women's rights racial equity and human rights according to organizers lastly was important there is very very real reasons why they're going to come out in march this year organizers also one encourage people to discuss the knee to movement on sunday we want to mobilize people to act organizers say it will be a day of action all across the atl with a whole bunch of hubs people connect with issues they really care about direct action really impact for the good of the community really hoping that it will be the first ever hear of activism and then we really hope that they will get involved locally and nationally with organisations of on the ground driving will change every day march organizers say they've heard about a counter rally plans meanwhile seattle police say like last year the have extra patrols out to help keep things peaceful meanwhile sound transit is adding extra labour old trains to accommodate the.

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KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Has died at the age of eighty nine deputies in homage county are investigating a deadly shooting at a finnegans pob south of everett were told that a man left the bar after some sort of argument guide gun and began shooting in the parking lot a 23yearold man re from lynnwood was hurt an armed employee then shot and killed the suspect no arrests have been made a disturbing discovery outside an apartment complex and tukwila someone found human remains inside a container thursday evening and now police say it's a murder investigation komo suzanne fawn has more rich richardson says his neighbor at the pyramid point apartment complex into kuala shanna container full of body parts she was garlawolo freaked out bureau shaking richardson says that neighbor then called 911 it's shocking this man lives in the same apartment complex trucking that somebody would have done so like this right now the major crimes unit has taken over the case detectives have not said whether the person killed was a man or woman police arrested thirty seven year old thursday night in connection with a murder investigation he's now incheon county jail scary when you have people that do this just running around him necessarily no where comes from rather they have somebody neighbors that i talked to who live here tell me that his apartment has had problems in the past with drugs with a homeless camp nearby with car prowls in such also last year at this very apartment complex a man was shot and killed after standoff with police in swat to members at age kudos eugene foreign reporting a man is dead after an officerinvolved shooting near valley avenue and meridian impure wallop police say a man with a gun fired shots of the puyallup recreation centre frana evening then police intervened interim chief scott angle says the man was shot and pronounced dead at the scene d'or officers took fire from.

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KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Text says they welcome the new revenue komos suzanne fawn has the latest find the coq ten dollars more at costco in downtown seattle shopper dennis peterson says the new soda tax was enough to change his mind the signs posted in the store not only showed him how much more he pay and tax admit try out france designs also tell shoppers where to go to avoid the tax specifically the two quillot in shoreline locations of cusco the city when we wanna buy some we talked to a dozen shoppers a few said they're not drinking soda anymore to said they're willing to drive a little further to pay a little less of as as good business move that something that you really drake allied dan i doubt that you would drive the extra mile us to pay less and i don't have roberson disclosing i don't think it's insidious or any we reached out to cusco but they say they were unable to comment supporters of the soda tax say it'll help lower rates of obesity and diabetes seven years ago i lost my father 2 diabetes and and and i have a mother who has type 2 diabetes as well this is an issue that impasse latino communities in particular the city of seattle oh says the tax revenue it raises about fifteen million dollars in the first year will help promote access to healthy food and address education funding shortfalls we can now reinvest into programs like.

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KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Laughable if he was unfit he probably wouldn't be sitting there let's review seattle's new soda tax is shocking some shoppers with side showing you exactly how much you now have to pay meanwhile supporters of the tax say they welcome the new revenue komo suzanne fawn has the latest i thought about by buying the coq ten dollars more cosco in downtown seattle sheppard dennis peterson says the new soda tax was enough to change his mind the signs posted in the store not only showed him how much more he pay and tax cosco i have to admit tried out france designs also tell shoppers where to go to avoid the tax specifically the two quillot in shoreline locations of cosco so go ahead richard outside the city when we wanna buy some we talked to a dozen shoppers a few said they're not drinking soda anymore to said they're willing to drive a little further to pay a little less blink it's it's a good business move that something that you really drink collide dan i doubt that you would drive the extra mile us tip paid less than i don't have rob with disclosing i don't think it's insidious or any we reached out to cosco but they say they were unable to comment supporters of the soda tax say it'll help lower rates of obesity and diabetes seven years ago i lost my father two diabetes and and i have a mother who has type 2 diabetes as well this is an issue the impasse latino communities in particular the city of seattle says the town revenue it raises about fifteen million dollars in the first year we'll help promote access to healthy food and address education funding shortfalls we can.

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KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"The weight of the ice your komo suzanne fawn with what many longtime residents of sue massar calling the worst ice storm they have ever witnessed heavy freezing rain hitting why can county so hard it was freezing rain the whole side this is probably the worst place locality i drove around earlier today and i've never ever seen so masses thirty five years i've lived here dozens of roads are closed in london and sinn mass data trees and power lines falling at the peak of the power outages as many as thirty thousand people were left in the dark and the freezing cold former as i've lived here i think this is by one of the more significant ice storms that we've seen the cruise that came off this morning said it was probably the busiest that they've had this morning when we walk up pretty scary very things just slicking power out power was finally restored to the city's 1500 people just after one pm the whole community here is is out of been out of power they just got the power back in town outside of the city limits here everybody's still a lot of powers concerning soon mass in the surrounding rural areas remain the downed power lines and down powerpoles just in a small area we counted up over 50 down polls powerpoles the freezing rain in winter storm have wreaked havoc the challenge now was to put all those powerpoles backup we're open at the the worst is past that's komo suzanne phan reportedly lots of activity in downtown seattle is chief celebration at the space needle is expected to draw tens of thousands of people police are gearing up for the big night right now extra officers on hand both in uniform and plainclothes seattle police detective patrick me shoe has a reminder if you drake don't drive if you drive don't drink has you'll get stopped ralph atvike so you're going to see a lot of cops in the city especially down towards the venues where they gatherings of the oregon.

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Competing measure asking voters to approve to safe injections sites investigators are still trying to find out what started of devastating house fire in port orchard now we're learning more about the toddler the infant the father and grandmother who were all killed komo suzanne fawn reports heartbroken husband father and grandfather who survived devastating fire returned to the scene to tack to investigators joining him was the mother of the two young children killed meanwhile the memorial for a family that perished in the frames continues to grow a tragic ending involving members at three generations the youngest a toddler enemy in fact a twostorey house fire early saturday morning claimed four lives the coroner says there one year old cullen's simpson two year old madison simpson and their father thirty eight year old merle simpson relatives say they were visiting from tacoma for the weekend sixty three year old very simpson the children's grandmother was also killed homeowner donald simpson managed to escape the flames i grabbed my four will start when one nextdoorneighbor john spillenger saw the flames shooting at a simpson's home run out and i look in the neighbors at the end of his driveway neighbors say the entire home was engulfed in flames concert kept saying they're trapped they're trapped i couldn't get to south kitsap fire rescue firefighter say the flames were so strong and so fierce it was just too dangerous to go inside terrible i mean i've i've seen would it looks like on the inside of me everything's go the families were family and neighbours remembered arrived lost a diverted grandmother who retired to spend more time with their grandchildren carrying weighty dad and two young children whose laughter filled the air i mean they're they're no chance to live chat for the fire marshal and we still don't know what caused the fire komo suzanne fawn we're expecting the most rain since early june for the rest of the week komo care carcinage says that means i believe we've seen on the streets and sidewalks we'll be blocking storm drains creating possible flooding the shift in foul weather we'll bring laid down worst equi and active hatter and really run through the weekend it's an abrupt change the national weather service says will bring up to four fall storms by the end of the.

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Security was tight here on bellevue but there were no confrontations a d the demonstrators openly welcomed police who blocked off bellevue way for eight to ten streets northeast as the rally on their bellevue pico komo news the woman who accuse rapper nelly ordinary in all it is refusing to testify and she wants to drop the case the woman's attorney released a statement friday asking king county defence to re to stop the investigation her attorney says she feels you can't stand up to a celebrity and the justice system has failed her the woman accused of raping her on his tour bus last saturday when he was in town on performing the man who confessed to setting a fire to a bellevue mosque learn his fate friday komo suzanne fawn was in court isaac wayne wilson listened in silence during his sentencing when it came time for him to speak about his prison term he explained that he needed help not time behind bars seniors back in january crews battle the fire that ripped through this slamming center of eastside police arrested the thirty seven year old at the scene after they found him lying on the ground near the fire prosecutors say wilson has mental health concerns and a long criminal history he was convicted of assault at the same mosque last year after the fire the community who gathered at the mosque no longer had a place to pray the bellevue church of jesus christ of latterday saints next door offered its neighbors a large room for families to gather and pray for as long as they need it it was incredible to to support that they provided us thank you sign hangs at the site of the fire the muslim community blown away nobody outpouring of support from families and groups around bellevue the neighborhood has been so amazing so frei liam so helpful rick we don't tylenol a forceful appreciate and will thank them for this support reuter and lawson will face fourteen months in prison on sale at drives and the.

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Expert field field medical badge the difficult twelve day of eta gluts things like a comprehensive written test landed there gatien courses at several medical tests major eric a cane says yesterday was the culmination of the event with the twelve mile road march that began at five a m and so it is quite a gruelling task in it requires this in a manner physical strength acuity to make it through all this tasked their physical endurance and they're they're moshe endurance to make it theaters twelve mile two hundred one soldiers began the competition only one hundred seventy five actually hundred seventy 75 did not make it to the end so leaving twenty six soldiers it did it flu season yesterday kaiser permanente sponsored a flu shot clinic at the south union neighborhood komo suzanne fawn says it attracted a lot of attention this year laurel moore is getting our flu shot early said that i don't get her father who has immune deficiency ended up in the huh hospital three days with the flu last year that's always really scary last season washington state faced a flu epidemic just last year and that is a most of the deaths involved elderly patients doctors say they're already seeing signs of another potentially theory season can expect i won't has gone on for southern hemisphere on us new zealand's it might be that way for us i get it every year or so far it's or enthusiatic suzanne fawn state department of health says last year the h three n two flu strain made it a particularly tough year for the flu of victims for the first time fans watched thursday night football live using amazon prime and it sounds like it was a success sales on video tweeted that customers in one hundred.

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"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Victims are offering medical it emergency supplies as well as water here in seattle several groups are already headed that direction komo suzanne fawn with more this is a great little kit something so simple as the huge how for hurricane victims their jobs down it's purified as it goes down more than ever help is needed for areas hit hard by hurricane erma on haiti's northern coast the mayor fort liberty called it quote a nuclear hurricane were damaged crops dead cattle cities that are broken where are you in as a fuller relief organization world concern is based in shoreline it's answered the call for help crush as the director of disaster response the ju mobilized the laps not yet either share has been busy skype in with the organizations country director of haiti about assessments and deploying resources but we brought in watertreatment filters which are important during a flood and basic hygiene essentials a lotta people la z evacuate don't grab their soap and their two world concern has been doing hurricane response for for decades now as pictures and videos poor end of the devastation in the flooding the organization says there's some comfort they've train lots of local staff in haiti for natural disasters and that may have minimize some of the hurricane damage we trained all the volunteers for evacuation we help to rebuild the evacuation shelters and oregon an early warning system in the community meanwhile world vision federal way has also been busy helping with erma relief efforts in haiti and the dominican republic they say they have hundreds of local staff and emergency assessment teams there the american red cross says they deploy twenty seven people from our region to help with hurricane erma relief and they've also said seven emergency response vehicles to help feed people and.

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KOMO

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne fawn" Discussed on KOMO

"Groups with differing opinions on islam one supports muslim americans while another will protest against sharia law which forms part of the islamic faith komo suzanne fawn reports the police are at the ready to groups are hiring a contentious group some say if antimuslim and promotes hate speech and another group supporting muslims our goal is for both events to happen peacefully at forever wanted to god save way and we have staff and plans to ensure that things are for america is organizing seattle march against sharia the that was supposed to be held in portland but the mayor got organizers to cancel it following the deadly stabbing are light rail train the seattle event organizer anthony perish says they're holding a rally to protest practices like mutilation of young girls an honor killings that the group attributes to sharia law perish says it protest it is not antimuslim on i would be happy for us we've santos unfortunately previous demonstrations are our officers are asked on to this we've got experience of doing us nothing is going to surprise us meanwhile seattle stands with their muslim neighbours will gather at occidental square and they say they will march to see city hall various religious leaders plan on being there to stand in support of muslims and stand up against the anti sharia march suzanne horner's wanna tell you a little bit more about the group organizing this anti sharia rally act for america has check chapters around the country it's billed is a grassroots national security organisations focused on fighting terrorism and it stands with quote peaceful muslims worldwide this according to its policies demon however the southern poverty law center describes act for america is the largest grassroots sandy muslim group in america a murder investigation in seattle in the ballard area a woman was found dead inside a home last night komos kristen drew has more seattle police captain on theme has confirmed there investigating a murder.

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