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Nurses Have Been Hit Hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic

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01:00 min | Last month

Nurses Have Been Hit Hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Podcast. APP mic over 19 pandemic has pushed many local nurses to the verge of burnout. Washington Post Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that three out of 10 Healthcare workers have considered getting out of the field. Almost Suzanne Font takes a closer look at the ongoing nursing shortage. We asked the Department of Health exactly how seriously nursing shortages but they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. What we do know is there's about 140,000 licensed nurses in Washington state, and the nursing shortage has been exacerbated by the pandemic. Samantha Conley is a nurse at Harborview Medical Center in Trauma and PTSD is going to really start to build up and I really worried that we're gonna come up on a big deflation of the profession. Clinton Hospital Association says it has worked with the state to expedite licensing for nurses from other states and new graduate nurses. The group also has asked the state to move those patients that don't need to be in the hospital to care centers to free up more nurses. Hospitals also continue to rely on travel nurses for help, but

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01:38 min | 4 months ago

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"I five and 99 on the East Side, north found four or five, with some lighter, slowing coming out of the rent in area and into Newcastle. Our next Cuomo traffic at 9 44. The coma forecast from the diversified Crawl Space Weather Center and here once again with the forecast is meteorologist Kristen Clarke. A passing shower is still possible today for the lowlands, maybe even an isolated thunderstorm. Developing this afternoon capable of small hail and maybe a clap of thunder for the mountains still tracking snow showers that will be ongoing throughout the day, but only amounting to a few more inches, so the snow ends temporarily for time on Saturday for good traveling to and from the ski slopes. But Sunday into Monday, we will likely see very mild, moist air move overhead and that'll produce from rising syllable such that our passes could see rain on Monday, then the coma Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark 44 with a little bit of sunshine peeking through right now downtown. It's 9 35. We continue with our top stories from the Come on 24 7 News Center governor Inslee in his wife, Trudy, will get their second and final covert 19 shots today, according to the governor's office. Earlier this week ends late head of the nationwide Cold staff had held up the vaccine, saying quote. Apparently my dose is at the Memphis airport. Power has been restored more Texans, but many people still have no safe drinking water. The most. Suzanne Font explains how you can help me check to several organizations number one being the American Red Cross where you can always make up financial donation that will go to help shelter Texas storm victims. We have shelters open and warming centers were providing cots and blankets, meals and water. We know that there is a large percentage of the Population That is without good drinking water right now, The American Red Cross says. Another important way you can help Texas right now is.

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02:17 min | 6 months ago

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"Here, we're told that some sights will be able to start administering it in his little is 24 hours, others may take a couple of days. The bottom line is this, the state says We will see vaccinations happening by this time next week now to make sure it goes as smooth as possible, or likely going to see some re shuffling of other health programs and their workers to accommodate the demand for getting this off the ground. 24 providers enrolled in the program. Which is it sounds like a high number and that's great. I think that's enough providers. Really, for one. A that one, eh? She's referencing stands for the initial round of recipients. The state does warn that as more people become eligible to receive the vaccine, more providers will be needed The hope. Is to double that 224 numbers. Cole Miller, Come on, do another test that we're gonna add a coma News Doc Home will be opening this coming week on the East side. It'll be at the campus of LV in college. It opens Tuesday, primarily a drive through for a covert 19 tests. But limited walk up testing we're being told, will also be available. Even with covert 19 vaccines. Arriving soon as Cole Miller shared their don't put your mask away yet almost Eva Karin talking a local doctors here in explaining why we all need a mask up even after getting vaccinated. This is hope. This is the future. We will get through this, but Dr Paul Pottenger says it will take time for everyone to get vaccinated. That's one of the reasons why the use of masks and social distancing measures. Must continue for several more months. Even after you get the vaccine, so just like today, nothing will change in the short term. Pottenger and several other doctors tell me there are a couple of reasons why First, the best covert 19 vaccines. They're aware of our only 95% effective second. The vaccine protects against symptomatic coronavirus, but we still don't know if vaccinated people could be asymptomatic or not show any symptoms and still spread the virus to others. It's distinctly possible that the vaccine will end up being effective at reducing asymptomatic spread as well. We just don't know that today, Dr Slicker believes a sense of normalcy, maybe within reach by next summer. I would have hoped that by the end of the next calendar year, things will look substantially better. But actually, no one knows Steven Parent company two weeks from today, the pandemic unemployment assistance for thousands in our state expires in second, Suzanne Font.

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Seattle to give out $5 million in grants to struggling restaurants, hospitality workers

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01:04 min | 6 months ago

Seattle to give out $5 million in grants to struggling restaurants, hospitality workers

"The way way for for Seattle Seattle restaurants restaurants and and bars bars and and hospitality hospitality workers workers call call most most Suzanne Suzanne Font Font says says the the city city has has announced announced a a new new $5 $5 million million relief relief package package to to help help those those hit hit hardest hardest by by the the covert covert 19 19 pandemic. In Seattle. Many hotels have been devastated by pandemic closures, Occupancy is down to almost 20%. Hospitality industry has been hit hard, including restaurants and bars. City of Seattle announced it will offer $2.5 million in grant money to small businesses, specifically bars and restaurants. Another $2.5 million will go to hospitality workers. Those who work in our hotels, restaurants and bars. Those who've been laid off or had their hours cut back unemployed workers like Michelle Orgel apiece Tree chef at the Washington State Convention Center. Could get up to $1000 in cash. I applaud again the city for taking some sort of action a one time grant while it sounds great. Isn't enough Unemployment is ending. You know, the extension is ending at the end of the month, and people are genuinely scared. What happens when even the small allotment that we're still getting is gone?

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02:21 min | 6 months ago

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"A temperature of 40 degrees. Still some fog and outlying areas drive with these as we now get you up to date over the top stories in the coma. 24 7 YEARS Center. I'm R. Christopher help on the way for Seattle restaurants and bars and hospitality workers with the story Coma Suzanne Font, saying that the city has announced a new $5 million relief package to help those hit hardest by this pandemic. In Seattle. Many hotels have been devastated by pandemic closures, Occupancy is down to almost 20%. Hospitality industry has been hit hard, including restaurants and bars. City of Seattle announced it will offer $2.5 million in grant money to small businesses, specifically bars and restaurants. Another $2.5 million will go to hospitality workers. Those who work in our hotels, restaurants and bars. Those who've been laid off or had their hours cut back unemployed workers like Michelle Orgel apiece Tree chef at the Washington State Convention Center. Get up to $1000 in cash. I applied again the city for taking some sort of action a one time grant while it sounds great. Isn't enough Unemployment is ending. You know, the extension is ending at the end of the month. And people are genuinely scared. What happens when even the small allotment that we're still getting is gone and fought? Well, I just got another one on the iPhone. Has your phone been this week? Awful busy right with the Washington Notify app. Cell phone technology, tracking the spread of coronavirus here and quickly is being embraced around the state fact homeless Joe Marino looking here that a million people have already activated this new app. Many of us take our phones with us. Everywhere on that tendency is what makes an app called Washington notify potentially so powerful yet we turned it on. I haven't done anything else with it just turned followed the instructions and left it at that. The APP lets users know if they've come in contact with someone who has covered 19. By taking into account how close and for how long. The interaction lasted. I think for right now, considering the circumstances, maybe it's not a bad idea. But yet does concern me the tracking and all that. I think people are always concerned about privacy because there's always breakdowns. Public health officials say the APP was designed so it doesn't know who the user is or track where the person goes to. The biggest shortcoming is that Washington notify on Lee works. If enough people are using it with a fine and it relies on the infected person entered. The verification code to alert others..

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01:40 min | 6 months ago

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"Of meth about 16,000 fentanyl pills and £6 of heroin. Authorities say those drugs were found in a car stopped in Seattle back in late October. Prosecutors say the driver was from Mexico and living in Woodinville. Some of the other suspects were from Everett, Mountlake Terrace, Lake Stevens, Seattle to Layla and Portland. Frank Lindsay Co. Moh. Nude Rents in Seattle continue to drop during a pandemic calls Eric Heights with the numbers over data from the site apartment list found that Seattle rents declined 5.6% month over month. Down nearly 20% since March. For the past eight months straight, Seattle has seen rants fall median rents in Seattle were $1395 for a one bedroom and just a little more than $1700 for a two bedroom. The only city that song rents decreased more than Seattle since the start of the pandemic was San Francisco, where rents have declined about 25%. Seattle p i dot com reports Nationally, rents fell just about a half percent month over month and are down about 1.3% year every year. Eric Heights come on, use the homeless City Council members. Linda Redman is the first to announce her campaign for the city's mayoral race. Incumbent Mayor John Car tax term Up at the end of December. 2021 as yet not has not yet announced if he'll run for reelection. Redmond was elected to the City Council in 2017, and she now serves his council president. Her term also ends. After 2021, she tells the Everett Herald. Her goals include guiding the city out of the pandemic, and also hopes to make Snohomish more inclusive. For those who may feel they have not been heard. In the past. The surgeon online shopping during the pandemic is forcing ups to restrict services. It's holiday season coming, Suzanne Font explains what this means for delivery drivers and customers. They're going to be scrambling to make deliveries this holiday.

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Thanksgiving Day highlights efforts of OSL; staff serves 8,500 meals to needy daily in Seattle area

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01:11 min | 6 months ago

Thanksgiving Day highlights efforts of OSL; staff serves 8,500 meals to needy daily in Seattle area

"The holidays are here and now more than ever, families are finding it hard to make ends meet, especially during the pandemic. Many families may not have the holiday dinner they plan because of the Corona virus crisis. Camo Suzanne Font takes a closer look at what is being done to help people get food on their table. More than two million Washingtonians have experienced some form of food insecurity sometime this year. And we think Thanksgiving period could be especially difficult. Oh SL is Operation Sack Lunch, also known as offer some love. The organization based in Belltown is serving up 8500 meals every day. For those in need. We're doing 8500 meals altogether and over seven kitchens on we take care of 61 different shelters and programs throughout the Seattle King County area. What's really important to us every single day, but especially on the holiday is to say. You're not for gotten, you have value and we're serving you love every single time we serve you a meal. All the food deliveries made possible because of food donations and also food that's been recovered. Oh, SL says they typically spend $3000 a week buying food. Because of the covert pandemic. They're spending 12,000 week just to buy food

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02:06 min | 7 months ago

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"Saturday morning and again by late Sunday night in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell right now. 48 degrees in Seattle. Cuomo News time. 4 35. A new effort is being launched to encourage the governor toe reopen fitness centers and bowling alleys. Several states Senate Republicans Fired off a letter to the governor, Did you just that come Most Keith Eldridge report the operators of Jim's, and he's bowling alleys have been looking for this reversal for some time ever the sense they were shut down again last week, and now this new development is the fact that they're being joined by Republican legislative leaders who believe the shutdown is unnecessary in these parts of the economy because there is no indication That they were the source of covert outbreaks. Operators of bowling Alley say that hasn't been there actually has been. One case there operates the fitness center say they has been a 0012% of outbreaks for all 293 of the fitness centers. They're calling on the governor to reopen them. Another Millions and millions of chickens that have happened in this in the space and there are no outbreaks happening, and fitness even just got today they public health. The King County report 18 Page outbreak report that I've gone over in detail in No fitness and and I've been hearing from many people throughout the state as well as people impacted in my own district and the central part of Pierce County who are deeply concerned. About this shut down and for the sake of of their health and their kids health, they're they're asking that this particular part of the latest restrictions be opened that Senator Han Zeiger says the letter to the governor includes allowing use that adult sports to start up again that the healthy lifestyle benefits Outweigh the risk vandalism and looting during the Seattle riots have devastated. A lot of business is big and small and restrictions during the ongoing pandemic have only made things worse in part two of our series focusing on struggling small businesses. Was Suzanne Font tells us where some of the help is coming from and where the help is lacking. On May 31st, hundreds of volunteers.

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01:31 min | 7 months ago

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"7 News Center, the farmer said it assume tickle giant Fizer has asked the FDA to grand emergency use of its covert 19 vaccine in the U. S. We're hearing that the FDA could act in the vaccine could be ready in early December. But come with Suzanne Font says There are big questions surrounding the distribution of the vaccine. It's logistically more challenging. There are a lot of concerns about distributing the Fizer covert 19 vaccine. How to store it. How to keep dose is cold enough to transport not every hospital has a minus 80 freezer. Located. Dr Rodney Ho with U Dub School of Pharmacy says it's going to take a lot of coordination. Governor Jay Inslee agrees. We do believe that we have the capability. Have a good efficient a timely distribution system, according to Dr Ho Health departments and hospitals must have ultra cold storage freezers distort covert 19 vaccine doses at temperatures as low as minus 80 degrees Celsius. The governor says Washington state will be ready. Our Department of Health has looked at this and believes that we will have adequate refrigeration capacity for the fighter. Product promises our tree. To vaccinate them, so they're very much away. All of it. They have to then take the vial in the out of the freezers deluded into five doses. And then just to be conducted, according to the state Department of Health. 375 Healthcare providers have applied to become vaccine administrators, and so far six have been approved. Time will tell, But.

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04:46 min | 7 months ago

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"On Sunday, But we'll take that off in the afternoon. Ah, calmer end of the weekend. As we head into Monday in the coming of the Senate hearings on come on his 45 of the ocean beaches 38 Bremerton and we've got even clawed at 42 or 43. Here in Seattle at Come on news it is 8 35 now here. Ad Coma Monroe schools, saying they have one confirmed case of covert 19 at an elementary school. The district says it was that Frank Wagner Elementary but did not say whether it was a student or an employee. They did contact the families of 39 students and three staffers who may have had close contact with the person this past. Monday, there was a letter that was sent out informing families. That the district postpone plans to bring students back in person starting next week, and that remote learning will continue until November. 23rd. They plan to bring students back to school on Tuesday, November 24th nearly 100 people part of a covert 19 outbreak in a long term care facility. Insta homeless County. That's where our own Cole Miller went. As the virus is spreading rapidly. He found it Josephine caring community 94 cases of the virus. 53 residents infected along with 41 staff members because so many workers air out of the mix crisis capacity strategies have been put in place. Deal with the staffing shortage so that patients can be cared for and with contact tracing underway along with case investigations, Snohomish Health Officer Dr Chris Peters said in a statement Quote I implore everyone to double down their efforts so that we can prevent more scenarios like this from happening. Dr. Spitters is set to discuss this outbreak, but that won't happen until Tuesday. Stanwood Cole Miller Co. Moh knew the new regional homeless authority is running way behind schedule as it tries to set up shop It's supposed to take over Seattle and King County's response to homelessness next year. But will that happen? Come was Matt Markovich. The status quo is no more. That was 14 months ago, Seattle in King County leaders announcing the framework of a new regional homeless authority. Since then, we have seen some delays. The governing board of nine electives and three with lived experience has met just five times its establish Bylaws talked about racial equity but has not made its most important hire the authorities CEO in August, the recruiter said, sort of in the November period Well, it's November. We expect to have a final candidate in in January, then eight weeks actually hire the CEO, and that second higher We would be at five months from the CEO is higher date to the date at which the CEO would be able to hire the second employees because we're witnessing the birth of a brand new bureaucracy to take control of all homeless issues in Seattle and throughout King County. It will be the authorities primary task to manage shelters, housing and outreach, not clearing camps. It's unclear what will happen when the city of Seattle, which is funding the authority. He's helped clearing a camp and the authority chooses otherwise. But at the pace, the authorities moving that day could be more than a year away that market it's called money. It is a 38 Thanksgiving less than two weeks away. Food banks seeing a bigger demand this year because of the pandemic, Suzanne Font of coma talks with a few local food bank directors. The homeless community food bank, like many other food pantries, need more help. Their need for volunteers has skyrocketed. The need for volunteers has got up. We need more volunteers than we did before, because clients have to stay outside and we have to serve them. Outside. At some food based National Guard members have stepped in to help assemble and deliver meals to struggling families. More than two million Washingtonians have experience from the insecurity at some point throughout this year. And we think the state's giving periods could be especially difficult. We talked to the Marysville Food Bank director, he says. Demand jumped about 22% this week over last, and he's not sure what to expect for Thanksgiving. We also checked in with the city of Seattle about its fresh bucks program. The program, which started in June, offers vouches for fruits and vegetables for struggling families. It's helping 9000 people right now more than 3300 people. On the wait list. Suzanne fallen corniness as we watch closely all the snow headed for the mountains today and keep you updated. What traffic every 10 minutes on the fours. Some news from Washington state fairies. For the past week, Seattle Bremerton was returned to on Lee one boat service and kind of back to that covert 19 schedule. Happy to report two boats return to that route. Beginning today, the 124 vehicle capacity kits out will join the gym become On Seattle, Bremerton and other Spokane is still out with mechanical issues. We're seeing the kids that will be sailing the number one position beginning at about 12 22 south from noon. Check the schedules. Of course, here for updates. Remember your mask and social distancing on all ferry routes. Coma news time 8 40. Now for the.

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01:55 min | 7 months ago

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"A V. A hospital in West Haven, Connecticut. The FBI will insist will assist in investigating the cause. Dave Packer, ABC News Homo News 1000 FM. 97 77 31 Right now it's Friday morning. We've gotten doused with rain earlier this morning. Dealing with showers now, and the snow is heavy in the mountains. Right now in Seattle is 46 degrees, along with Greg Hershel to manufacture here. The top stories from the coma 24 7 News Center Governor Jay Inslee is warning that new covert lockdowns could be on the way and almost Charlie harder is more about the governor's addressed to the state last night instantly said the Corona virus is now spreading rapidly across the state are weekly average of new covert cases has doubled. Just in the past two weeks. We're in as dangerous a position today as we were in March. With a period of what's called exponential growth and every single day matters his. Li says he will soon issued new restrictions to slow the spread of the disease. He and his wife, Trudy, implore people to skip large Thanksgiving dinners. Here's some good news. We're only going to have to do this. Once He credits the promise of new vaccines and therapeutics. This speech comes on a day when Washington reached a milestone more than 2500 have now died from the virus since the start of the outbreak, Charlie Harder come Oh news here, thought of another shutdown has a lot of people stressed out and bracing for the worst as we hear from comas, Suzanne Font. The possibility of another lockdown is spurring some people to stock up even more than normal at Costco, picking up extra toilet people. Example. We heard that in some locations, panic buying of the store brand cheapie has begun, and some stores are already limiting the number. You can buy a certain items. All that aside, you checked in with some shoppers and ask them what they thought about a possible roll back. It might be a good thing, because obviously we're having a search of cases.

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Amazon Adding 100K Jobs For Holiday Season

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01:44 min | 8 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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02:49 min | 8 months ago

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"Stay informed the CO Mo Morning news. It's 702 on it is Friday morning with some light rain started to fall across western Washington. The temperature in Seattle is a chilly 42 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time. Amanda Factor here. The top stories from the camo 24 7. News center. Well, we've pushed past another major coated milestone in our state, and the local health expert says there's the potential for Mohr milestones unless you take immediate action. Almost Brian Calvert explains. It happened yesterday afternoon, Our state recorded its 100 1000th covert 19 infection. Then the number kept growing were now at 5 100,025. Dr Paul Pottenger says the coming holidays will mean many will let their guard down. What I know is not gonna work is if we pretend it's not really. So. If we just ignore this problem that I'm afraid people will lose the message, the UW medicine infectious disease expert says This is why they talk about covert, often and nearly daily. They talk about the importance of wearing a mask. Could you catch it? If everyone involved had their faces covered, it's possible but time and again we have seen that is not the way this virus press as much as he enjoys Thanksgiving, Pottenger says Even small family gatherings could turn into super spreader events. People from more than one household gather in the same room. Brian Calvert CAMO News, a respected University of Washington model that has been projecting the path of the Corona virus has been revised. Now the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation has lowered the US death prediction slightly, but they still think that 165,000 Mohr Americans will die between now and February, 1st. From the pandemic. Hospitals across the state are bracing for another spike in covert cases in camo. Suzanne Font checked out the situation earlier this week, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation estimated that by January Washington state will not have enough. I see you beds to fit the demands of patients who need them. We checked in with the Washington State Hospital Association. They say there's enough room to handle more Coben 19 patients. There's so many hostels and Peterson region and we are all working really collaboratively we do at the moment have enough beds have plenty of capacity or ice user on the state. Right now. I see you. Capacity is about 60% across Washington state. Regular hospital capacities about 72%. Those numbers reflect both regular patients and patients with Kobe 19 when it comes down to just coated 19 patients there were about 300 Cobain positive patients in the hospital right now. About 100 suspected We're currently being evaluated for coveting about 40 people on ventilators. Is what's coming up after we check traffic and weather. This time, the voting public winds because they saw a real debate. I'm Corwin hate local reaction to the final presidential face off. Construction is finally actually.

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03:04 min | 8 months ago

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"Our proposed as the Seattle City Council works through its budget. Couples, Ryan Harris breaks it down. Oh, spending increases bring the total to more than $150 Million, including a more than tripling of the spending for basic homeless shelters and sanctioned encampments as well as for homelessness prevention. Some of the budget items involved transferring of money to the New King County Regional Homelessness Authority. But Jeff Sims with counsel staff says there are some decreases, including eliminating or transferring some full time employees mentality There would be essentially be an impact on the funds that original authority would have. The proposed budget also includes big cuts to outreach to unsheltered homeless people, including the navigation team, which has been criticized for its response to one sanctioned homeless camps. The 2021 budget proposal does include Money for an outreach team with some similar functions as the knave team. Ryan Harris camo news talks on the budget for Seattle police air, followed by a discussion of community safety alternatives as the City Council budget Committee. Looks to move toward armed responses to fewer 901 calls. Several options are on the table, including expanding the pilot Health One program, which sends medical and mental health professionals. A certain crisis Calls. Council member Andrew Lewis says he'd like to see the police crisis intervention team move toward calls where public safety is an issue with behavioral health calls separated even with minor crimes involved. Someone is like trust passing, but clearly what's really happening is they're having a behavioral mental health episode or something where they don't really know exactly where they are. Lewis also says there might be a need to have an armed officer on some of those calls when it's a matter of safety for the workers or the public. At Tacoma Man goes up against the national consumer reporting company and wins but not just for himself. Almost Sue Romero explain Tony Leo had been looking for a place to rent and found out that a background reporting agency was giving the wrong information about him. In fact, they had the wrong name. They had him listed as Tanya Lee and included inaccurate eviction and criminal records. Once I figured things out, I decided the best course of action rather than to just, you know, try to fix this. One thing was to try to make sure this didn't happen. Other folks So Leo got in touch with the King County Bar Association Housing Justice Project. They brought a class action suit against the reporting company, and they just settled for $4 million nearly $737,000 about money will go to the housing Justice project to continue its work, preventing homelessness by providing low income tenants with pro bono services in King County. Romero come on Amazon's extending its work from home policies now lying corporate employees to stay out of the office till at least next June. At the same time, the company's warehouses around western Washington and across the country are as busy as ever. Almost Suzanne Font takes a closer look at how remote work is impacting areas differently. She talked a Jeff, showman of the UW Foster School of Business moved extend work from home opportunities from January next year until late June, will hit restaurants and retail stores in the area even harder. Those businesses really do count on that foot traffic. Meanwhile,.

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02:11 min | 9 months ago

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"One had been a largely peaceful protest around 150. Marchers left Cale Anderson Park, then wove through the neighborhood, chanting the name Briana Taylor and calling on people to leave their homes and joined the march After about an hour, many regrouped at the East Precinct, where they started the fire and began throwing objects at the station. Someone on a loudspeaker ordered the crowd to disperse. Then bicycle officers and officers on foot moved in to physically push the crowd out of the area. We have no reports so far of injuries or arrests. Corwin HATE Cuomo News. Seattle continues to make headlines across the country from Cove in 19 to crime and protests. The city is in the spotlight. Well. Suzanne Font talked with travel expert Steve Danny check about the effect. Violent protests and riots have head on Seattle's image nationwide. We're getting a bad reputation we get, we get tainted every time they talk about, you know, New York, Portland, then the core in Seattle. And, you know, just not helpful. Seattle's already facing its share of challenges with closures due to cope with 19 restrictions and then growing crime. People say there's nothing left in downtown. Even the council in were recently talking to is disturbed about the disintegration downtown. Couple news time 704. Let's get back to Keira Jordan for another Comeau traffic update. What's happening? Well, we had an earlier crash into coma. Eastbound 16 Approaching I five that's now cleared out of the left lane. Looks like much of our backup there has cleared we had a crash. In wooden Ville south on Highway nine. It's deeper out 5 to 2 that was blocking your left lane. That's also just been moved out of the area. We have a stall in Seattle. This is on Rainier Avenue at South Henderson, and this is blocking a South bound center lane. Orphaned I five heavy into coma City Centre Heavy in Seattle from the north End of Boeing Field to Seneca. We're seeing delays. North found 99 around the first Avenue South Bridge. East 5 12 is slow between them all and pioneer, scattered, slowing north 167 from highway for 10 into Pacific pockets of slowing again. Traveling from highway 18 2 to 77th. It's a real struggle on North found 405 between Talbot and Northeast 44th. South bound for five is looking busy and canyon parka starting right around state route 5 to 7 our next Cuomo traffic.

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"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

"Teens just 14 and 15 years old from the water. My heart just goes out to the people that lost kids today and I have prayers are going out to them. The brothers were not strong swimmers, and we're not wearing life jackets. Such a heartbreaking story. The Washington State Department of Health Reports 350 more covert cases in the state in the last day this as state health officials are worried the holiday weekend could lead to a spike in cases. So far, the state has seen more than 77,000 confirmed cases in more than 1900 deaths. Health officials are worried about the upcoming flu season as we continue to battle Cove it But Karma's Nick Papa reports on some encouraging news. That could be a reason for optimism this fall and winter. Dr Anthony Jen with Tacoma, Pierce County Health says. Even if we see fewer cases of the flu, we still have to worry about the potential rise in cases of covert 19 that could overwhelm hospitals. It's very important for us to Come, especially this year for us to take flu and upper respiratory season seriously on, they say, we could do that by continuing to stay socially distant, where masks and get our flu shot very best. Will's save some people from actually dying from the flu. But whether our flu season will resemble what we saw in the Southern Hemisphere remains to be seen. If they're things that you want, and that are important to you. You may have to give up a little something now so that we can do it later. South Africa's National Institute for Communicable Diseases says through Science magazine that since March, they have only been able to track one case of the flu in their country. It's promising news, but doctors say taking those safety precautions seriously and getting a flu shot should be the ultimate help. And limiting this so called twin de Mick Nick Problem come on. An outside review has found some serious gaps in the King County Sheriff's investigation of the deadly shooting of Burian High School student Tommy LEH. LEH was 20 years old when he was killed by sheriff's deputy in 2017 Deputies thought he had a knife, which turned out to be a pen camo. Suzanne Font talked to Lai's family about the latest independent investigation will continue fighting for justice for Tommy..

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Downtown Seattle businesses anticipating potentially violent demonstration Saturday

News, Traffic and Weather

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Downtown Seattle businesses anticipating potentially violent demonstration Saturday

"Parts of downtown Seattle crews are busy boarding up businesses anticipating potentially violent protests this weekend Come Oh, Suzanne font from seventh and Stuart Business after business, getting extra protection and preparing for a very large protest Saturday, Thie demonstration is supposed to be a show solidarity with what's playing out in Portland. We're here and we don't know what happened. Maria canals, bracing herself for what's in store, she manages the UPS store directly across the street from the federal courthouse, her business and others. Getting that makeover to mitigate any damage done. These protection is really good for us and actually for our business neighbors on everything, and so we're bladder. They're doing this right. I walked around the block. Everything is boarded up using plywood to fend off Vandals and looters, Robin Crandall says that breaks her heart. It's horrible. It's It's horrible. What's going on and really sad for a city inside Petra Mediterranean cafe, The owner is busy sewing face mass. Let's just hope that nothing really happens like everything goes peacefully and without any violence, all this done here. Preventative measures we can tell you Wednesday nights vandalism spree in Capitol Hill, There are two banks and at least half a dozen businesses that were damaged. No one's been arrested. Suzanne The

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"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

"Still early next week Tuesday highs in the upper eighties close to 90 and the common Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark, just 60 downtown right now. Come on His time. 906 20 minutes of nonstop news continues as a memorial continues to grow at the brothel Police Department for Fallen Officer Jonathan Shoop. Come on. Suzanne Font spoke to the man who was hit on his scooter by the man. Shoop and his partner were trying to stop. Jalen Irvin just got home from the hospital. He's got 20 stitches in his head, and he's still in a lot of pain. He says his leg broke in three places Monday night after Henry Washington allegedly plowed into him. Urban says he and his friend were out on their scooters when I hear a car, so I look I see him coming to see him go through the things I could see his headlights mainly and try to dodge. Whatever he smacks me. I was conscious little time. Remember him hitting me? I was in the air spun around a lot. It was like a flute like 50 feet. Then after that, I was just on the ground waiting for the cops. And then that's when he started. Shooting is also the man accused of killing officer shooting, Injuring shoots partner is Henry Washington and his partner stop Washington because he didn't have a license plate. Suzanne von Communists and Washington is expected to be formally charged Today. The Heat we've had this week is likely to get a jump start to our wildfire season washed out, says he's seen an increasing number of fires along state roadways. Cruise air behind in some areas mowing for the fire season. So brush maybe a little bit higher than normal. Some areas, washout says, never tossed anything, let out the window. Keep your vehicle out of the dry grass or brush. And if you're driving an RV for the first time, make sure the safety chains are secure A dragging Chang and easily spark a wildfire. Connell's Ryan Yamamoto, a Timber technology.

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"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

"Transmission is likely to increase everywhere else. In its recent situation report idea, MES said quote The seven day average of new cases now exceeds the peak set in early March. Cases air increasing fastest among individuals under 40 years of age across the state. Which can be seen not only at U dub with that recent outbreak, but in Mary's Ville, where Snohomish Health District shut down a daycare after 10 confirmed cases of the virus were found in staff and Children at the facility. And the county Health District says most of those confirmed cases have come from the Children there. With transmission rates still above one. Doctors say the virus can continue to spread and potentially reach high risk individuals, which in a couple weeks time could lead to more hospitalizations and potentially more debts. Nick Papa, come on its health officials in Oregon say large jump in Corona virus cases there can be traced back to social gatherings. Alison Mechanic with our partner station K two in Portland. Has more in Oregon health authorities Saturday records. They said bachelor parties, fraternity parties and exercise classes were responsible for recorded outbreaks. Att the bar method in Lake Oswego I know some, like the news wasn't a shock for owner Beth Hutchinson. While I'm not surprised to hear that about Fitness centers. At large. I feel grateful that we're able to be in a smaller boutique setting where we can really focus on the individual safety. New safety precautions aimed to keep customer safe can be seen all over the studio. It starts the moment someone walks in the door. Clients are asked to sanitize and keep distance from each other class sizes have also been limited. And with Paul Class is set to begin in just a few weeks. The CDC says it will not be revising its guidelines for reopening schools. School districts across the country are now rushing to come up with a plan to open safely. One of the top recommendations the agency issued was to have students socially distance. Another require students to wear mass at least went indoors. Moved by Seattle City Council to defund the police department by half is getting mixed Reactions from community leaders come. Oh, Suzanne Font talked to them about the controversial idea. We'll talk to Reverend Hair it walled in. She's the founder of Mothers for Police Accountability, understand police on a deep level and also policy. She's a longtime activist who's been working for police reform for years. Really questionable shooting to Seattle. I think what people need to be looking at his policy. You know what? Because of you. D find the police officers. That doesn't say department is shooting the gun, So you need to look a policy popping your chance of policy. Reverend Walden says Reform needs toe happen on many levels. I think they're looking at the wrong place. I think they need to be looking at college they need to be looking at at the contract. Well, you know the contract between them the city and the police and put some pressure on several city council members are calling for Seattle Police Department's budget to be slashed by 50% to put that into perspective. Seattle Police Department's budget this year is $409 million. Now, authorities say de funding a police department has never happened in a city the size of Seattle, Suzanne Fawn Commons. Protest again turned violent in downtown Portland. Last night. At least one person was arrested after crowd focused on the mark Hatfield US courthouse, Federal officers used tear gas to try to control the demonstrators who set fires in nearby trash cans and dumpsters. One person is dead. Three others hurt after a head on crash in Monroe late last night, it happened on state Route 5 22 near main, The Washington State Patrol says a woman driving a 2013 Subaru Impreza died in the crash. After crossing the center line. Three people, including a four year old child, was traveling in a Mazda CX five were taken to Providence Hospital. Firefighters continue to battle a wildfire in Douglas County, which has burned through at least 10,000 acres. So far, dozens of engines and at least 10 aircraft had been involved in the fight after a shift in wind direction, began pushing the flames toward the community ofthe Mansfield. At last check a level two evacuation was in place for Mansfield and surrounding areas. And it's nearly time to file your 2019 taxes if you haven't already during the original deadline on April 15th the government postponed the date due to the Corona virus. July 15th or this coming Wednesday is the new deadline and remember the IRS will never contact you by text, phone or email and will only contact you through the mail. Roman News time is 3 40 time to head over to the Harley Exterior Sports desk and Dave Lewis has our latest sports headlines to the track with rookie cool customer picking up his first Cup series win. Passing Ryan Blaney, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr with a four wide move of the white flag to win a Kentucky and secure a berth in the playoffs. PGA. The workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio, Colin Morikawa with PAC 12 routes from California Della Justin Thomas and three hole playoff for his second career victory. He's only missed one cut in his career. For Kala par the 75th hole, while Thomas was unable to overcome a drive, the one behind a tree, both players and the regulation at 19 under par more account coming back from two shots down with Two holes to go. Victor, having was alone in 30 minutes, 15 Chase Seafood in fourth place, a 14 under par sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis, Come on is he worked so hard for.

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"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

"Scene at an apartment complex in Bellevue. Right now not clear of whoever's responsible is in custody, but it's important to know Bellevue Police do not believe there is an ongoing threat to the community. Almost Cole Miller has more now from Bellevue. The police chief did say this. Everyone knew each other. It was just after 7 30 or so in Bellevue Police first started taking calls for shots fired and a stabbing at the elements. That's the name of this building downtown near 100 11th Avenue, northeast and 10th Street. Northeast Way Know that two men are dead. Like you mentioned. One was shot the other stabbed. Ah, Third man was taken to harbor view in critical condition, and a woman was taken to nearby overview just across the way from four or five with non life threatening injuries. Now, the big question for detectives is who did? What? What role did everyone play? Again. This was believed to be a housewarming party or a celebration of some kind. And with officers first showed up, they encountered a bloody seen a shooting into coma near a park leaves one person dead and no word on the shooter or shooters. Those shots rang out around to yesterday morning there coming spark officers arrived, started a lifesaving measure, but that man was pronounced dead at the scene. Two men recovering at the hospital after Ken Police officers were called reports of a shooting in a parking lot. Friday night, Officers found the first victim with a gunshot wound to his upper body and found a second man, also with a gunshot wound, closed by both taken a harbour view the first victim in critical but stable condition, the second in stable condition. Detectives continuing to investigate what led up to that shooting. Move by the Seattle City Council to defund the police department. By half is getting in mixed reactions from community leaders Come. Oh, Suzanne Font talked to them about the controversial idea. We'll talk to Reverend Hair it walled in. She's the founder of Mothers for Police Accountability, understand policing on a deep level quality. She's a longtime activist who's been working for police reform for years. Really questionable shootings in Seattle. I think what people need to be looking at his policy. You know what? Because of you. D find the police officers. That doesn't say department is bad shooting guns. So you need to look a policy change of policy. Reverend Walden says Reform needs toe happen on many levels. I think they're looking at the wrong place. I think they need to be looking at policy. They need to be looking at the contract. You know the contract between the mayor city and the police and put some pressure there. Several City Council members are calling for Seattle Police Department's budget to be slashed by 50% to put that into perspective. Seattle Police Department's budget this year is $409 million. Now, authorities say de funding a police department has never happened in a city the size of Seattle. Xanthan gum owns a big spike in Pierce County health officials reporting the largest one day total of Cove in 19 cases. Since the pandemic began. The Tacoma Pierce County Health Department reporting 81 new cases yesterday last record with 77 that was set back on April 1st. When we told you last month appears county health director raised concerns over the county safe start phase, he says. They are barely hanging on to phase two. Now the director, reiterating that people must wear face coverings and maintain social distancing. State Department of Health Morning. The transmission rates of Cove in 19 are on the rise throughout Washington, despite a slight drop in the average infection rate right now, the transmission rate in King County around 1.4 health officials want that to be below one. On top of that King County saw more than 1000 new cases. Just in the past week, something Seattle King County public Health. Dr Jeff do, Chin calls a red flag, so we need to change our behavior over the long term that would decrease of arses ability to infect us. Now, according to the Institute of Disease Modeling transmission is likely to increase in its recent situation. Report. Officials found new cases are exceeding the peak that was set back in early March, and cases are increasing fastest among people who are under the age of 40. Oregon reporting its highest number of new Corona virus cases in just one day. Oregon health officials say they saw a record 409 new cases in one day in the last day. So far, the state has seen at least 11,851 total covert cases Now, health officials say Saturday's high number at Oregon is partially due to a new reporting system. Which prevented the processing of positive cases for a few hours back on Thursday. Coma news time coming up on 8 10 It is time to check in now, with the Harley Exterior Sports desk. Here's Joel. Stir Alexander Volcano Ski beats MAX Halloween this with decision to retain the USC featherweight title. Peter Yang defeats Jose Aldo to capture the bantamweight.

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FOLLOWUP: First day of mayor's order closing major Seattle parks

News, Traffic and Weather

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

FOLLOWUP: First day of mayor's order closing major Seattle parks

"A beautiful weather this weekend would normally bring out crowds to to area area beaches beaches in in city city parks parks but but not not this this Easter Easter commerce's commerce's and and Fonsi's Fonsi's fifteen fifteen of of those those popular popular spots spots are are closed closed until until Monday Monday to to slow slow the the spread spread of of covert covert nineteen nineteen for weeks now leaders have asked people to stick to social distancing guidelines in public the city leaders say people are still packing into places and that's concerning we still have people who are getting sick and people who are dying we checked out al Qaeda beach Linton Koch live nearby and walk the sidewalk here daily very very low this this is almost nothing yeah this is empty so I think people are are fighting that the regulations they say their turnout here's dramatically different than normal and they see the city did the right thing by closing the beach on Easter Sunday would just be crazy out here normally Suzanne fonts yes

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"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

"Well. So we're sort of locked into this pattern. It's fifty one degrees in downtown Seattle right now, KOMO news time, seven thirty six. A former first responder is out with a warning. Now is the time to make sure your you address. Trauma and PTSD concerns with wildland fire crews. Let's get that story from komo's Brian Calvert. Similar go out into the forest for the first time this summer, others will return Michael Swanson, who has PTSD himself says before they go address how this word could affect wildland. Firefighters. Your life on the line. And you almost. Get seriously injured in the fire. Trauma? You have a very very hard time dealing with something. You're never gonna forget sweets and teaches a class on this and uses the example of a Kansas department. That has the word bravest written on all its fire engines. Firefighters commit suicide for years ago. And maybe part of the reason was. Afraid to put his hand because he wouldn't be seen as the advisers equipping firefighters with what he calls, psychological body armor before they go out into the forest this summer. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Police are searching for the person who opened fire along a busy stretch of east union street in the central district on Friday, killing a nineteen year old man still no sign of the suspects. Komo's Suzanne font says the victim was with a group was standing near the union market flowers and candles, Marcus spot where families say royale lexin withstanding with friends Friday afternoon when he was shot and killed two. Others also shot survived elect things mother described. Her son is smart never involved with gangs and about to start a new job. His case to police have not released a description that person or people involved in the shooting. They say officers continue to patrol the central district and other specific areas impacted by gangs, Suzanne Phan, police new revelations about the deadly sinking of a crab boat off the Oregon coast earlier this year testimony in a coastguard hearing revealed the captain who died had methamphetamine and alcohol in his system and other crew member had marijuana in his system the sinking killed three people. They were facing twenty foot waves when the boat went off the coast of Newport, Oregon on January eighth a dog died yesterday after jumping in a lake that had toxic algae blooming in it. This happened at Anderson lake state park, south of port Townsend. The dog's owner Uni more got the dog out of the water within thirty seconds. But three hours later the dog was dead. The anywhere near that water would have killed my dog. I would not have taken her on that trail at all toxic algae blooms may become more common. This summer as the weather becomes warmer coming up just a minute away. We'll check komo's sports for your good morning. Komo news time seven thirty nine. Hey, get your carpets cleaned right now with a great special.

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"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne font" Discussed on KOMO

"Suzanne font spoke with some faith leaders yesterday. Marquess tease has been twenty times in the past decade. He is with world concern relief group based in shoreline and was just there a month ago. It's really a harm swine organization. Like concerns entry it to green transformation to bring peace and reconciliation among different people. Groups Lutheran pastor Terry Kylo talks about what a major attack means on a significant holiday when we get together for big religious celebrations like Easter or Ramadan or Passover though. Days of community and of unity, these attacks are painful and their heartbreaking. But community leaders say it will bring us together to Carter for peace. Komo Suzanne Phan reporting today. Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson says he'll announce the resolution what's described as a major healthcare consumer protection lawsuit. Ferguson, providing details at ten thirty news conference this morning in Seattle and on my petition started by a nurses union in our state has been signed by almost six hundred thousand people nationwide. Come was calling Johnson reports state Senator really set people off by what she said during the debate about a Bill that would mandate breaks, furnaces many, nurses, say they often have to skip meal and even bathroom breaks because of patient load and inadequate staffing. So comes a Bill to mandate. Those breaks Senator Maureen Walsh Republican tells KOMO that doesn't work for every hospital. And if the point is nurses are exhausted maybe their workday should be limited to eight hours. What really made people mad though is when she said some critical care nurses have plenty of downtime. I would submit to you those nurses, probably do get breaks. They probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day Yuliana Binda. Gas is the nurse. She tells come with that suggestion is insulting. Nurses.

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