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Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best meets with remaining protesters after police scale back at East Precinct

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best meets with remaining protesters after police scale back at East Precinct

"Tensions continue to ease on Capitol Hill after Seattle police change their tactics toward protesters in front of the east precinct como Suzanne Phan talked to chief Carmen best about the modifications please try to get real resolution here I want to be clear about what the opt in with their objectives are in this area we want to make sure the people that live here feel comfortable too every time we try to make sure that we adjusted our deployments we recognize our judicial services were working so we moved in we open the streets on Friday chief best announced for the next thirty days yes would no longer be allowed for crowd control during protests but on Sunday night the department used it again saying that crowd threw rocks and glass bottles and several officers were hurt chief best underscore that the new police tactics with police this meeting peace with peace and she says she wants to make sure that everyone's opinion is heard and that there's also a

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Seattle - New changes at QFC, Fred Meyer to improve social distancing

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01:06 min | 7 months ago

Seattle - New changes at QFC, Fred Meyer to improve social distancing

"QFC and Fred Meyer today began limiting the number of customers inside its grocery stores may have noticed similar changes in other stores around the region couple of Suzanne Phan report here see they've implemented one way aisles to help maintain social distancing among customers a QC spokeswoman also says stores are making sure that every employee will have a disposable face masks for each shift Kroger the stores parent company is also offering hourly workers are so cultural bonus which is a two dollar an hour hazard pay raise we talked to Tom Geiger his union represents twenty three thousand grocery store workers the changes that we've made over the last month in Washington across the country hire a hazard pay more sick leave benefits limiting access to the four most recently one way Isles I think those are all positive positive changes changes the the could could it it be be made made quicker quicker Chile Chile put put in in like like a a month month later later last last person person you you heard heard from from is is a a grocery grocery store store cashier at a Safeway in west Seattle she says she and other grocery store employees are at huge risk and she's very concerned as the enfant

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Was already dead, Laura and her family came looking for him, the waited in anguish until their worst nightmare was confirmed. I never seen him hope and prayer now is for Justice. I want them sound. I want to be killed accountable visual say to people ran away after royale was left at the hospital. Investigators don't have much of a description of shooter. But we're told they are looking at surveillance video at homes and businesses in this area. Most Tammy matassa facility that helps others is in dire. Need of help the bunny like food Bank. Maybe forced to close over financial struggles. Komo's Suzanne Phan reports jam-packed donated food fruits not an issue what they desperately need is the ability to keep their doors. Open Stu Bo in the director says they're feeding about a thousand families a month. The demands up for sure food Bank really needs financial donations to keep things running. Boeing says for some reason people aren't giving as much money the food Bank. Also needs a much bigger space. But they don't have the money to move into another place, the food Bank director and volunteers. Hope the community can step up and help them continue helping others. I hope that people hardwood. To help their neighbor because we're all just one or two paychecks and being that person that needs a health. Komo Suzanne Phan, another high court rules that just because someone else threw it out. Doesn't mean it's ours for the taking come most. Brian Calvert lifts the trash can live for closer look.

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Central District eviction sparks anti-gentrification protests

News, Traffic and Weather

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Central District eviction sparks anti-gentrification protests

"Dozens of people turning out Saturday to stop evictions and sound off against residents being squeezed out of the central district. Suzanne Phan, KOMO news. The explains there is a proposal to demolish these apartments here in the central district. And that means that low income and disabled tenants we'll have to find somewhere else to live been here about. Thirty years like so many other renters at the Chateau apartments. Terry Justice counseling section eight housing to get by more than half of the twenty one units. Here are set aside for affordable housing Justice. Just got some bad news. They just told us they were telling us that we have to be out by the end of the year. Cadence real estate is planning on demolishing the apartments and building newer and more expensive units. What are we gonna do? And that's why Justice, and so many others showed up to the community meeting at new hope missionary Baptist church. You get a home. Only is you are able to pay the exorbitant rent councilwoman Shamas want and the city council renter's rights committee. Listen to renters and their concerns. It's not a good look for a business to throw people out on the street. These folks need to be embarrassed. Someone says something needs to be done now about affordable housing and the homeless crisis. We absolutely need to build a movement to fight for rent control and for a massive expansion of social housing, we just publicly-owned housing. So that people will have affordable homes. No matter what cadence owes that tenants other. That is alternate affordable accessible homes right here in the central district. So that these working class families and elderly people are not displaced in the

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Gentleman's lengthy criminal history. Very result of shortsighted imposition of judgment of punishment. And then we're shocked to know that he's continuing to repeat do you think the coordinator situation was sending a message to you? You'll have to ask the court. We did the judge called her on his attorney declined to speak with us. That's komo's med Markevic reporting. Komo news time is four forty nine a Bill that would make it possible to compost your body when you die now up for a vote in the state Senate. Komo Suzanne Phan has that story is hard to think about, but it just seems like a really natural way to go when it comes to end of life options Hanif, floss, another supporters, say human composting, the process of turning human bodies into soil is the greenest choice of all if we can turn ourselves into soil, actually and provide nutrients to the plants then that's just a bigger win for me. She learned about the issue in December and went before lawmakers two weeks ago to show her support state Senator Jamie Peterson filed a Bill to legalize human composting, aka recomposition as well as alkaline hydrolysis a process of using lion heat to dissolve the remains. Catholic church. Researchers with Washington state university say the process of recomposition is safer less expensive and better for the environment than burial or cremation in Seattle. Suzanne Phan, KOMO news. Komo news time four fifty time. Here KOMO propel insurance money update with a strong month for the Dow Jones and the s&p five hundred both of which posted their biggest January rallies in decades fairly weekday for both indexes. The Dow finished down fifteen.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Komo Suzanne Phan takes a closer look at the traffic alternatives and the expected chokepoints Monday morning, the detours around the city and region could see a major crush of traffic that'll be rough. But we'll we'll survive. This is the longest pleasure we've ever had in Puget Sound. It's going to impact all of us, even if you live in Bellevue or you live in Lynnwood at the city's transportation management center workers will monitor traffic twenty four seven they'll be watching for any problems and trying to keep the roads. Clear embarrassment finding alternate routes if you're commuting in and around the city, here's what you can expect first and fourth avenues might be an option for people living in west Seattle. But I five is likely to see most of the diverted traffic people coming from the south Mike choose to go around. The city on I four zero five that too could see some serious backups though when the Videx shut down in two thousand sixteen some alternate routes through Seattle were overwhelmed. Data comes from traffic consultant firm in Rick's, first and fourth avenues between the stadium and Spokane street so travel times jumped twenty nine percent that could add twenty minutes on an hour long commute the commute from the north came to a crawl drivers move forty four percent slow around the ship canal bridge, a one hour trip became one hour twenty five for those IFO five from Renton and beyond that detour was also hit hard between state route one sixty seven and I ninety bridge trip times grew eighteen percent. That added twelve minutes to an hour long drive. But the worst jams by far those coming on I five south of the city travel times, they're increase fifty-one percent drivers all across the region are going to feel the frustration city leaders cannot emphasize enough give yourself a lot of extra time.

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Komo Suzanne Phan takes closer look at the traffic alternatives and the expected chokepoints Monday morning, the detours around the city and region could see a major crush of traffic that'll be rough. But we'll we'll survive. This is a longest closure we've ever had in Puget Sound. It's going to impact all of us, even if you live in Bellevue or you live in Lynnwood at the city's transportation management center workers will monitor traffic twenty four seven they'll be watching for any problems and trying to keep the roads. Clear embarrassment finding alternate routes if you're commuting in and around the city, here's what you can expect first and fourth avenues might be an option for people living in west Seattle. But I five is likely to see most of the diverted traffic people coming from the south Mike choose to go around the city on I. Four five that too. Could see some serious backups though, when divide shut down in two thousand sixteen some alternate routes through Seattle were overwhelmed. The data comes from traffic consultant firm in Rick's, first and fourth avenues between the stadium and Spokane street so travel times jumped twenty nine percent that could add twenty minutes on an hour-long commute the commute from the north came to a crawl drivers move forty four percent slow around the ship canal bridge, a one hour trip became one hour twenty five for those who took I four zero five from Renton and beyond that detour was also hit hard between state route one sixty seven and I ninety bridge trip times grew eighteen percent. That added twelve minutes to an hour long drive. But the worst jams by far those coming on I five south of the city travel times, they're increase fifty-one percent drivers all across the region are going to feel the frustration city leaders cannot emphasize enough give yourself a lot of extra time to get to and from your destination. In Seattle Zan fawn. Komo news smart advice. The date is February fourth that is the target for work to be done in the new tunnel to be open. We'll give you continuous progress. Reports on the work to join the two mile replacement tunnel highway ninety nine on both ends and during the viaduct shutdown expect major parking restrictions in downtown on second and fourth avenues from six in the morning until seven at night. The parking restrictions are meant to keep traffic and city buses moving after the vita closes those stay in place until the new tunnel opens early next month. And be sure to listen to KOMO News Radio during the viaduct closure will keep you posted on where the congestion is. And how you can avoid it. We check traffic every ten minutes on the fours, and it's time right now to do just that with Evans Smith. Still looks like we are blocking one lane on one thirtieth the northbound left lane just north of this on Greenwood avenue just north of thirtieth actually taking a left lane here looks like a disabled vehicle other than that looking pretty good on the roadways gist. A little bit of slowing on southbound at the Seattle squeeze making way between say Lake City way in the ship canal bridge and and report the west Seattle.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Road rage isn't the easiest thing to manage. Komo Suzanne Phan has some professional tips to keep that anger in. Check traffic can be in Seattle. And it's frustrated as drivers already are middle fingers people off the horn a little bit not necessarily or swear out their window to get even worse. Also is going to be crazy food vendor com. Moore has these words of advice on how to let go that anger. He says remember, we're all human those people want to be home to you're not alone. In wanna be off the road practice. Patience and kindness. Our local leaders reminded us to be kind and be patient during this three week potentially nightmares commute. But the question of how Dr Brad Lichtenstein teaches naturopathic medicine at best steer university. He says try this to relieve your stress behind the wheel bursting is imagine reading into the. Belly allow the belly to expand? Second thing is as you XL blow out the air, slowly and Eugene, imagine blowing out your frustration letting go of your anger and being hind seems easier said than done, especially when others land the horn. I making us want to do the same in the horn, or they'll screen that people just also recognized that the minute we do that. We're also increasing our own range. It's just going to perpetuate it. He says being kind can have a domino effect letting another driver in might inspire that driver to do the same to someone else. So when someone honks at you, remember, this I say to myself, I bet they're having a hard day in allows me to rewire most people realize traffic may be messy even a nightmare. So goes.

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Komo Suzanne Phan reporting the bureau of alcohol tobacco. And firearms says the fire at though, Jehovah's Witness kingdom, hall and Lacey, was arson. This is the fifth incident in a sound sound Jovis witness kingdom hall of this year. Here for a long time. It's been part of our life for a long time. So naturally that would be that'd be devastating. That makes you feel really ill about somebody who has some sort of animosity towards any religion. The alone. Joe witness kingdom hall last year. Fires have been set a churches in Olympia, Thome, water and Hjelm. In addition a gunman fired on the church in Yemen may thirty six thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the fire in Lacey central Pierce county, fire investigators looking into what started a huge commercial building fire early Saturday morning in spanaway fire started at being our auto wrecking just after two nobody was hurt. Police investigating after a fight broke out in a Lynnwood bar. And according to the sheriff's office a group of alleged white supremacist walked into the rec room bar and grill and attacked an African American deejay. Patrick quinn. Picks it up from there. It's almost county sheriff's office told me they're not going as far as calling it a hate crime. But eight men were arrested for malicious harassment. I looked at the state law. Malicious harassment sounds very similar to a hate crime. It's a felony offense for threatening someone based on their race color, creed or religion. Komo was here. Police were investigating an interrogating this group of alleged white supremacists. It all started just before one and fifteen to twenty alleged white supremacists were harassing the Twenty-seven-year-old. Black Jay at the bar. According to witnesses, the group was yelling racial slurs at him. And a fight broke out. When deputies got here, the group of alleged white supremacists were fleeing the scene deputies pulled over one car that had six people inside they were all arrested when PD also pulled over another car with two inside. They and the driver was arrested for day. Why? Now, I'm told the DJ was taken to the hospital with non serious injuries. He is expected to make it. So though wise damaged have reached out to the bar. Our owner. There was surveillance footage from inside. We're trying to get a look at that. I'm also told that investigators will pick up their work on Monday ause, we try to figure out exactly what happened here in the wee hours. Just after one am Patrick Quinn. Komo news. A man hunt in the south sound can't police say they're looking for Jose, m Rivera Cruz is considered armed and dangerous. Can police got a call about a shooting a parking lot at the villa apartments? When police arrived they found a twenty five year old man shot. He later died. Police now looking for Riera cruise is wanted in connection with that shooting. He may be in the south sound area. If you see him DO NOT APPROACH him, call nine one one. Again, he is considered armed and dangerous. Michelle Esteban twenty four seven news. The news you want when you want it on KOMO news. I'm Paul Jackson. After throwing for forty touchdowns and over four thousand yards Oklahoma's Murray,.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Bank robbery. The one time. We don't take the bus too often. The one time we take a bus. The man was still inside the Bank. When officers arrived. He eventually gave up and nobody was hurt. Komo news time is now four thirty seven. We're hearing more about the man suspected of posting online threats against the Fifth Avenue theatre in downtown Seattle. Komo Suzanne Phan reports. No tummy, cook doesn't personally. No. The man police say posted the threatening remarks over Facebook. He's a member of the INC local fifteen stage employees union and a former employee of the Fifth Avenue theatre, according to police the post worry, Tommy's wife, and her friend so much they called for help after a closer look at the man's posts. They decided to say something we're just noticing like he'd been up really late like in the morning to you know, what I mean like all hours like this guy wasn't sleeping. Clearly, he was writing some pretty specific things on harming people. Police arrested the man forty six year old Aaron Pearl Sunday afternoon on an unrelated warrant at his home in shoreline and directors canceled. Sunday's matinee of any at the Fifth Avenue theatre added safety for. The company and its patrons. That's komo's Suzanne Phan reporting voters approved I nine forty in November. But lawmakers look at a revised version before the police use of force initiative can become law. Teresa Taylor with the Washington council. Police and sheriff's worked on revisions with de escalate Washington, the group behind the initiative this effort is really a model that has intentionally included listening to each other and learning from each other and using that foundation to understand and reach consensus. One of the changes includes considering whether a reasonable officer would have deemed a deadly force necessary to prevent death or serious harm to police or others. If placed in the same situation, the I nine forty revision is expected to be the first Bill heard on the twenty nine thousand nine legislative session convenes. Komo news time is now four thirty eight schools across Anchorage are all closed today as building inspectors make sure they're safe since Friday's seven point zero magnitude quake hit more than one hundred aftershocks of rattled the area that's prone to earthquakes. The plan is to have all schools reopen next Monday classes are cancelled at surprise lake middle school in Milton today after a fire damaged one of the schools buildings late Monday afternoon. Komo's Steve McCarron reports from the outside of surprise lake middle school. There isn't much to see inside of administrators say the damage caused by a fire in the boiler room area is pretty significant.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"That's komo's Suzanne Phan a month after giving an inspiring speech to middle school kids in Tacoma. A one time gang member recently out of prison appears to have blown a second chance to get the update live from komo's Carleen Johnson. Well, this is one of the Halloween candy robbers took took candy from kids at gunpoint across the city of Tacoma six years ago, Zion Houston's gone years Twenty-three now is seventeen van and the judge gave him and the other robber a huge break last year. Releasing them back in may. And then both been said after taking self-improvement classes, they were so grateful for the second chance. They wanted to help other young people to not make the mistakes that they made and Houston's Conyers made a big impression on middle school students at Jason Lee a month ago. This our first Halloween outweigh the messages. Anything's possible. If we're doing this just you know to give back well Houston's Conyers is now back behind bars. That Tacoma news Tribune reports he was rearrested Tuesday after a gang unit stopped the car. He was driving on a pistol thirteen packages of heroin and prescription medication. He's not guilty. Carleen johnson. Komo news. Seattle mayor Jenny durken will sign an executive order to help small businesses. This comes on the first anniversary of the creation of the small business. Advisory council after meeting with the council, the mayor plans to announce some new actions to support those businesses a car's engine came out when the driver crash last night, a suspected drunk driver flip. The car on highway five zero nine at south Cloverdale driver was not hurt the driver accused of causing a crash in west Seattle this week that said a pregnant woman and her two young children to the hospital entered a not guilty plea yesterday. Matthew retina is charged with DUI and hit and run. Witnesses say he crashed into the car with that young family, then took off police caught him a short distance later. The woman of the kids are, okay. The judge set bail at seventy five hundred dollars in rats who will have to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet renting an apartment in Seattle. Generally means you don't.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Twenty four seven news center, a bizarre and brutal crime spree in Bellingham Bellingham man is dead after a stranger suddenly attacks him, and then police say the same man attack to other people, and it all happened in broad daylight. Komo's Suzanne Phan has more on the investigation. Disabling those who live by the trail off. Meter avenue are stunned by the news. It happened where lots of people walk and run. There have been very few problems in that area. Police say a man attack three different people. He didn't know on Saturday morning. The first incident was around eleven AM stranger hit a woman in the face on Lakeway drive near the Fred Meyer store and took off on a bike a few minutes later, just a few blocks away. Police say the same attacker seriously hurt man, you're Lincoln Potter street. Soon after that about an eighth of a mile away. Police say man was badly hurt on a trail near meter street. Several people in the area at the time believed the man had been stabbed. He died before police arrived, James York says his sister was running along the trail with her dogs when she encountered the injured man police she came back a strong with help from witnesses police later found the attacker and arrested him not far from his apartment. Police say the attacks were all random, but still no word why they happened. Meanwhile, several neighbors say the attacks won't scare them issues. Pretty common. Buydell. Safety issue. Branding. And the man accused of the attacks is now in jail. He now faces murder and assault charges..

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"Ends with a crash a quick thinking trooper used a different technique to make the make it stop and it worked. Komo's Suzanne Phan reports on what went down and it's barreling down. The freeway the wrong direction a wrong way driver. Frightening people behind the wheel on both. I five and state route sixteen early Sunday morning. It all started just before seven AM in Lakewood when police got a nine one one call about a car theft officers spotted the stolen vehicle and try to stop the driver, the driver, then entered I five the wrong way, traveling northbound in the southbound lanes he got onto the freeway from gravelly lake drive Washington state patrol says he went the wrong way for nearly two miles and got off at Bridgeport somewhere in the area of Bridgeport. I do know that Lakewood officer was able to successfully deploy a stop stick. And both right side tires were struck onto the pickup truck. However, he continued authorities say the driver went the wrong way. A second time this time going west and eastbound lanes on state route sixteen in Tacoma for about a mile when the wrong way driver got to sixth avenue west a trooper took decisive action made a good quick decision to we gotta southwest, and we gotta stop. But now as the vehicle approach to blind curve at sixth avenue, the trooper heading east stop the driver of the storm track team tensely rand it. The driver took off running and Lakewood police officers nearby caught the guy, and we can tell you that Washington state patrol says that man who led officers on a chase. He had a felony warrant for auto theft. Suzanne Phan conus, thankfully, the trooper only has a few scratches the wrong way driver and his passenger are now both behind bars. A crash this morning killed one person and landed another behind. Bars and around five thirty this morning, Seattle police tell us that two cars were headed south on Aurora avenue near green lake one of the cars veered into the other causing it to run off the road near a cafe just west of the lake the driver of that car died. Police arrested the other driver on suspicion of DUI vehicle.

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Amazon’s second checkout-free Amazon Go store is now open in Seattle

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon’s second checkout-free Amazon Go store is now open in Seattle

"In line there's. No dairy, I'll know booze just a grab and go type foods at, this first non campus Amazon go store location, during the tour of the new fourteen hundred fifty foot location Amazon. Vice-president Jonah parini said quote, the population here is a little different referring to the nearby office workers who will likely be the main customers at the new store Amazon said it currently doesn't have plans to incorporate the new cashier, less technology at its whole foods stores but there are plans. To open more, Amazon go stores no more, Seattle locations have been talked about but there are. Confirmed plans to expand to San Francisco and

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Woman dies while hiking in Mount Rainier National Park

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06:26 min | 2 years ago

Woman dies while hiking in Mount Rainier National Park

"ABC news Stay connected stay informed KOMO, news good. Afternoon it is four thirty one I'm Kelly Blair with the top. Local stories from the KOMO twenty, four seven, news center An elderly couple has been upgraded to satisfactory condition today the recovering at Harborview medical after being stabbed in their own home yesterday afternoon Bellevue police say female houseguests. Stabbed to seventy six year old woman in her eighty three year old. Husband police. Tell us the, woman tried to set several fires in the home police arrested her neighbors believe she may have been a transient. In, need so far no motive in that case firefighters are warning you to be extra careful next week because of the extra wins and all the dry brush already we have seen how dangerous and how fast flames can destroy a home last night on lake cabin on neighbors and fellow boaters jumped into action. To try and stop a, fire from spreading KOMO, Suzanne Phan reports from mount Vernon as, flames, ripped through this cabin and shoot up the trees on. Lake Cavanaugh some, voters watching horror witnesses. Say neighbors. And voters. Jumped in, to help. Fight the fire Steve Manny. Was on the water when he spotted the flames sit back here got, my sump pump And His daughter brother and neighbor all raised back over to the burning. Cabin pretty much half the house was. Gone the fire started over on that side and kind of took the whole. House they're Manny another's quickly got to. Work we came tried to get on the, dock and there are so many boats near helping the, fire both. Guy and so we pulled up on the shore started sump pump going and got it all spraying down as much as we could in a fire started over on that. Side so we brought the boat over there and started hosing down that. Side try to save the neighbors on this Sunday investigators are serving all the damage. Done the cabin was, destroyed but the neighbor's homes were. Spared I feel terrible for the people that own the. House and you, know I feel grateful for the neighbors were able to keep it from. Spreading maybe this will show the people how fast something can go up in flames and how easy it spreads That is. Komo's Suzanne Phan reporting the body of a hiker swept away in the white river at mount rainier has been recovered the national park service's says that the woman was hiking. By yourself on the northern loop trail Wednesday when she was swept downstream. While attempting to cross the Westbrook of the white river a group of hikers saw. The woman struggle and, try to reach your but couldn't. They hiked out and notified authorities rescuers searched for her. By land and, air until they found her body on Friday we know she was just. Twenty two years old a Chinese national here in the states going to college KOMO news time is four Time to check our roads and AAA traffic with Evans Smith or working on an emergency response on southbound five just before Northgate taking up the two right lanes traffic is backing up to, stay little bit behind this looks like it may have been a brush sponsor of some kind meanwhile. Working, on bit slowing southbound five going between STAN would and Marysville, down towards this Tom rivers where you're back. Up to speed about five still clearing out between Lacey and do Pont area as well our. Next supporters of four forty four seven Smith KOMO traffic meteorologist general Donald checks are forecast what's. The heat wave that just doesn't want to quit around here where even warmer than we were yesterday right on schedule low nineties, around downtown Seattle Bellevue and Bremerton today and low to, mid ninety s as the peak of the heat hits tomorrow we'll start, your road this heat a little bit as we head into the middle of the week finally a nice marine pushed by Wednesday. And Thursday with early clouds maybe even some welcome. Drizzle and afternoon clearing but that's still several days off in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell it is hot now currently mostly sunny and eighty seven. Degrees in Seattle governor Inslee says the Trump administration's announced twelve billion dollars. In, relief from tariffs won't do, much to help Washington farmers for apple producers have been hit our cherries they're gonna hit as well Inslee visited growers in the Yakima valley this week he points out the. Announced federal subsidies targets soybean dairy, and, pork farmers the head, of the. Washington State Department of, transportation has some rough news for drivers hoping for relief from bad traffic it's not happening komo's Charlie Harger reports speaking at an industry conference washed chief Roger Millar tells his colleagues from around the country in essence traffic is lousy around here in big, old highways aren't going to fix it in fact congestion is using his words here is a problem. We, simply cannot solve according to meeting notes published by the American, Association of state highway and transportation officials Millar, says big problem is that people around here can't afford to Live near where we. Work so, we're driving along way answer, he says is to. Come up with new approaches to solving the, state's transportation woes but that's going to take time and money. Something taxpayers, might not be eager to tackle Charlie harder KOMO news And. Water has become a hot commodity among the, homeless during our current heat, wave which it'd mcadams with the downtown union gospel. Mission says they're handing out bottled water downtown and have sent. Out, a fleet of vans to distribute. Water to the city's homeless encampments we. Go through cases in. Cases of it not only the hydration center but also with the, vans and stuff like that we're going. To at least fifty cases of. Water a day wow most people living on the streets don't, have a place. To cool off let alone get water mcadam says they do this whenever. It gets above eighty five degrees the outpouring of support for fallen officer Diego marina continues, in Kent yesterday the community rallied at. A blood, drive in his honor komo's Mitch Pittman reports he. Was memorialized in a way that. Will save the lives of others the ultimate goal of those who put on the. Uniform Mr. protect and save lives officer Diego. Marino gave his own for that 'cause today his community, came to So more lives can be saved in, his name we're having our, second annual battle of the badges contest for blood. Donations started last year in the event pits police against firefighters. In, a friendly competition of who can. Bring out more donors but this year. It's all in honor. Of Marino so sad so sad but we wanted to bring up, and say thank you for all you. Did and we want to give. Back to his in his community every donation could save.

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Powerful Storm Hits Disaster Ravaged Japan

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04:44 min | 2 years ago

Powerful Storm Hits Disaster Ravaged Japan

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KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"I have you my windows loud noise and something that was a lot komo suzanne phan says investigators are still out looking for clues it's pretty thick brush brush border state route five oh nine and the south east side of seatac airport that's where investigators are searching with metal detectors looking for evidence that the gunman may have left behind including shell casings we believe that she was in the tree line on the east side of the freeway investigators spent hours doing grid searches with canines and also searched by air with the help of king county sheriff's guardian one helicopter and their drone suzanne phan komo news police detective shot and killed a man and kirkland's kingsgate neighborhood last night komo's mitch pittman has that story everybody was aghast when this is going on as drivers were filling up at busy gas station just before five they describe police geli to a man to put his hands up then shooting him was fast after the announcements that's all i can say what happened in the kingsgate area of kirkland were told it was redmond police detectives who shot and killed the man las vegas family and we're sorry for that but given the situation i'm glad no police officers buddy filling their tanks nobody else walk into the parking lot was injured kirkland police who are investigating say they don't know what redmond police were doing here what caused them to draw their weapons or even if a weapon was found on the man that they killed that's komo's mitch pittman reporting komo news time is four thirty four komo aaa traffic we check it every ten minutes on.

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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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KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"I ninety from inequality north bend is underway komo's suzanne phan reports that can mean some big delays the timing couldn't be worse for these repairs along i ninety with so many more people heading east over the past towards eastern washington but most people we talked to agree the repairs are necessary and needed the cascade general store north bend does big business this time of year rattlesnake is just three miles up the road and we've got a golf course it's bracing itself because of the big repairs on a particular stretch of i ninety between issaquah north bend this concrete's about forty years old and we have more than seventy thousand vehicles using it every day during the day you can expect one to two lanes closed in the eastbound direction from insecurity north bend overnight in the four lane section we could see up to three lanes closed most of this work will be taking place overnight dollar fifty big repairs me hurt says lisa stevens complete harding because there's no real access to get over snoqualmie pass except for i ninety so there's going to be backups and a lot of frustrated people that's komo's suzanne phan reporting major renovations bring more changes to seattle's colman dock starting today all walk on passengers will bore the bainbridge island and bremerton ferries from a new waiting area on the south side of the terminal the ticket window also moves to the northeast corner of the building komo news time is four thirty seven protesters and teepees block a section of second avenue in downtown seattle monday many of them were native americans who are upset with chase.

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"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning northline sounder rail is cancelled due to a mudslide you'll have to make a bus arrangements tomorrow morning and high wind warning is in place for the tacoma narrows bridge at this time your next report at eleven forty four i'm jay phillips on komo news shannon o'donnell has the forecast dare everybody we we are looking at a damp monday night what else is new right it's been a really soggy month of april from start to point so far where over three times our normal rainfall amount for this point in the month so far and more on the way overnight rain at times on tuesday but some sun breaks break in between the scattered showers so they become fewer in number anyway highs tomorrow should finally start cracking the low fifties more routinely wednesday looks nearly all the way dry and then by thursday partly to mostly sunny skies highs in the low sixties we will have earned it by them in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon donald sour forty five degrees this april's been a wet one as we just heard with only four dry days so far this month when that happens chances of landslides goes way up there some warning signs that we should all pay attention to komo's suzanne phan joins us from the scene of a recent mudslide north seattle along the burke gilman trail and there's a big huge chunk of came squatting down his twenty years living here jim has never seen a slight this law large or this close to hollywood slopped over the houses neither as nancy andrus there's a lot of mud everywhere debris from saturday's mudslide has been cleared away but you can still see all the splatter on nearby garages on saturday the entire hillside gave way and toppled right onto the burke gilman trail near lakeside place northeast fortunately no one was hurt runner ken laughlin had to take a slight detour during his run right after the sign whenever it rains this hard i can expect a few slides saturday was one of the wettest days on record that was pretty wet geologists say the wet soil could be enough to trigger a land flight or two and there was one on the railroad tracks just south of everett b nsf spokesman says the.

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KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"And the move in date is scheduled for mother's day in seattle suzanne phan komo news shootings gathered with community members and mukilteo saturday to stand up to gun violence in schools students like to davis simply wanted to share a message our community was directly affected by gun violence in shooting two years ago on so we felt like it really hit close to home and we are inspired by the movements across the nation and we wanted to join in organizers say they hope to see changes in gun laws has more young people turn eighteen and can vote twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm paul jackson komo sports now an update from the komo sports desk game to the national semifinals underway in san antonio kansas and villanova and game one michigan rally from ten down in the second half twice to beat loyola by final of sixty nine to fifty seven mova honor to tough twenty four points and fifteen rebounds cleveland jumped on seattle with a foregone first a grand slam by yonder alonzo james paxton and a six two five victory in defeat the channel nelson cruz with home runs husky softball with win over stanford nine nothing kirstin thomas emma helms both with two hits gabby planned the winning pitcher giving up just two hits with one walking strikeouts thirteen consecutive shutout innings against stanford husky baseball whenever usc final of nine to five sports at ten and forty past the hour on the home of huskies i'm jay lewis komo news the new macy's backstage at solomon pond mall just open tenets right inside macy's on the first floor incredible low prices you don't even need coupon and you never know.

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KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"Center a forty eight year old man was hospitalized that last night after a hit and run in pacific county the state patrol says it happened around eight forty five when a pickup truck hit the man was walking southbound on state route one zero five at logan road the extent of the victims injuries is unknown to talk then fled the scene anyone with information or who was a witness to the incident is asked to call state patrol detectives are still seeking witnesses to the tragic hit and run collision that took the life of a ferry worker early thursday komo suzanne phan says with the help of the public they are making progress on who is responsible investigators have now found what they believe is the car involved in the collision a gold two thousand two chevy impala matches evidence that we found at the scene so confident we have the right vehicle now we just have to keep working towards getting the driver of that katie phillips had just finished her shift early thursday morning she stopped by to pick up some gas after encountering a driver stranded on the side of the road according to investigators katie went back to help the driver she was putting gas into the tank of the suv when someone drove by struck haiti and kept on going katie supervisor at the southworth ferry terminal along with friends and colleagues are all heartbroken she didn't deserve us she didn't deserve this suzanne phan komo news students teachers and activists hit the streets across western washington yesterday for the local march for our lives they want tougher gun control laws and an end to school shootings many.

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China Targets U.S. Pork, Apples for $3 Billion in Tariffs

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:28 min | 2 years ago

China Targets U.S. Pork, Apples for $3 Billion in Tariffs

"Organization of diverse faith communities in thurston county posted a message of support kingdom hall members we spoke to didn't want to comment about the arson or the ten thousand dollar reward offered but they did say more police officers have been patrolling their kingdom halls in the region suzanne phan ponies apples grown in our state could be the target of chinese tariffs as part of an international trade war the fruit is become a bargaining chip in the dispute between the white house in china china says pork in steel pipe could also be hit with higher import fees yesterday the markets tumbled on word of the tariff war or a potential tariff war with china industrial and tech companies like boeing and microsoft also fell sharply since they depend heavily on foreign trade a coalition of puget sound ports says pollutant emissions have been dropping in recent years a new report from puget sound maritime air form says a sixty nine percent decrease and pollutants that are harmful to humans and a ten percent drop in carbon emissions since two thousand five ports say new engines and cleaner fuel played a role ports they're also working on ways to make their operations more efficient people in snohomish have had enough of ear piercing noise late at night as big grocery stores take deliveries the sound of trucks rolling in while families are trying to sleep suzanne davis lives near the haagen store after six months or so and a half years i'm still awakened.

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KOMO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"Trash and drug paraphernalia at henry jackson park though swanson and some volunteers made that disturbing discovery shock to be hidden there that was kind of a shock in the park swanson says she i thought it was a toy when it actually fell out of my grabber that's when i noticed the heaviness of it fortunately it was not loaded after she called nine one one thirties picked it up scoot komo suzanne phan reporting king county deputies arresting an armed and dangerous man that they had been searching for an alert metro bus driver spotted twenty year old isaiah wizard yesterday afternoon at shoreline and called police when he got off the bus on aurora avenue the suspect has multiple warrants out for his arrest komo news time eleven eleven the family of a murder tacoma ten eleven rather a family of a murder tacoma taxi driver now sharing his story as a nineteen year old suspect sits behind bars komo's gade cohen spoke with him piece of david and tammy call is missing for two days he lost his dad she lost her ex husband and dear friend finally just sinking in that he's gone bad early thursday morning fifty four year old robert crawl known as big dave was found shot and killed on a tacoma street beside the taxi cab he drives is very awesome person very outgoing loving caring funny give you the shirt back anybody if he could tacoma police quickly released tim age of a male suspect today arrested a nineteen year old who's now in the pierce county jail facing charges for robbery and murder they got him i was so excited i just read it around how wt screaming that could believe komo's gade cohen reporting it's ten twelve title check in at the sports desk down as.

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"I didn't want to die in there": Teen rescued from San Antonio cave after 10 hours

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"I didn't want to die in there": Teen rescued from San Antonio cave after 10 hours

"Coming up again in 30 minutes komo news time ten 52 we finally know what that mysterious flash of light was over grays harbor county wednesday night here's coach suzanne fond resist the burst of light grays harbor county sheriff rick scott sign with his own eyes he was driving from olympia back home is very dark you're driving down the highway it's dark out in all of a sudden it lights up you could see all the trees grays harbor emergency manage schmidt says hundreds of calls flooded dispatch people reporting a loud boom that shook the ground everyone wondering and worried moore's people everything from a nuclear explosion to something alien spacecraft the sheriff got word from multiple agencies that it was most likely some sort of media art that can colson when it exploded it caused a sonic boom and so there's a scientific explanation for it at beehive restaurant on broadway montesino there's a big buzz about the boom a handful of diners like gary bryant heard it the big grip reckon on the state highway i write out by how they boom so strong it registered on two different seismic grams from the pacific northwest seismic network this ocean shore seismic ram showing a red spike around seven ten pm either way it's a one of a kind event one that has lots of people talking really unusual in grays harbor county suzanne phan komo news orders taunton 53 as we get closer to lunch time on this friday and thank you for joining us said san antonio highschool students expected to be okay we cj ryan says the teen year old endured more than nine hours trap three hundred fifty feet inside an underground cave robberbaron cave on the north side of san antonio is a popular field trip destination but for a student from lee high school it became a temporary home she was wedged as the wrongs fire chief charles who had says the rescue crews are familiar with the caves because they train their it to a digging chipping away limestone and then solving slippery poised to rao after eleven hours stuck in a cave the.

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KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"suzanne phan" Discussed on KOMO

"Invalid suzanne phan komo news police law restaurant is holding a fundraiser on october eight that it's locations in ballard and redmond they also have a you care online fund raiser is abc reported for the first time the us says its communicating directly with north korea abc's jennifer eccleston has details after meetings in china with premier shaking paying secretary of state rex tillerson said the us was not in the dark when it comes to dialogue with the north koreans tillerson said the us has direct lines of communications with pyonyang secretary called the situation with north korea a bit overheated and that if the reclusive country he wouldn't stop firing missiles that would count things down alive jennifer eccleston abc news london florida attorney general pam bondi wrote to the department of corrections quote our states should not become a country club for this convicted criminal end quote she mentioned oj simpson's criminal activity now mr simpson is about to be released from jail on parole and he has said that he wants to go to florida ford attorney general pair body wrote to the department of corrections quote our state should not become a country quote for this convicted criminal she met at simpson's criminal activity the added burden of his notoriety heightened risk she says he would place on the people of florida the safe department of corrections does have the authority to stop simpson all if an investigation finds that he does not meet certain criteria that's abc's kenneth moton komo news time nine thirty four let's check.

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