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"Greatjob in Redmond or Seattle, joined ups and earn upto $21 per hour in the warehouse. Apply now at ups jobs dot com slash Washington. Next Cuomo traffic at 2 44. Meteorologist Kristen Clarke has our co Moh forecast. The wind has calmed considerably across the area today, averaging about 5 to 10 MPH, but the showers they linger in a few spots, especially cross the whole mission, King County You'll likely encounter a passing shower out there for the evening commute. The showers and the clouds, though, will clear tonight is high pressure strengthens over western Washington. But that's gonna result in some areas of fog for the Thursday morning commute overall tomorrow, though, the driest stay of the entire workweek for by Friday. Here comes a few more showers and the breeze will begin to pick up a CZ. Well, maybe topping 20 MPH, but not nearly as strong as what we saw yesterday in the coming weather center of a neurologist Kristen Clark. Partly sunny skies in Seattle, and it's 60 degrees. Come on news time, too. 36 The state of Oregon had its hottest September on record last month. Climate officials say that the Earth actually broke a heat record marking the hottest September in 141 years. Temperatures averaged 60 degrees, nearly two degrees above the 20th century average. Climatologists believe there's a strong possibility This will end up being the hottest year on record. They say human caused global warming is the biggest reason for the increase. Strong winds and heavy rain brought down trees and power lines yesterday afternoon, especially in Snohomish County in the convergence zone. Como's Jonathan show toured some of the aftermath. Snohomish County Public Utility District says more than 10,000 households in the county lost power because of high winds. A spokesperson says Crews already restored power to several homes, but it's still unclear when it will all come back on. Usual. Last ones get power back. In the meantime, no power means no Internet connection. One teacher in Monroe had to drive around all morning to find a place with electricity so he could teach his virtual class on the key peninsula. A man was killed by a falling tree limb. Almost Tammy Matassa reports from the scene. A man.

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City closing parts of 2 Kirkland parks to prevent large gatherings, Seattle

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:14 min | 4 months ago

City closing parts of 2 Kirkland parks to prevent large gatherings, Seattle

"Triggered the closure of parts of two Kirkland parks. They first told you about the big groups of young people two weeks ago a few weeks ago and now Co most Timmy Mitosis says City leaders are taking action. The city's solution, closing down the dock and parking lot and how to beach Park and the dog at David Brink Park. Olga thinks the move is too tough. I know that they're just doing their job. They're trying to protect the community from the SP Iris, but at the same time there could be like restrictions put on the dock instead of completely shutting it down. First the city shut down the volleyball court, where large groups of young people have been hanging out. Obviously we're in a pandemic and we can't be doing that right now. City leaders say the drastic measures are necessary. Under the governor's safe Star plan. Group. Sizes can't be bigger than five people. Plus we all have to wear masks in any public space. That includes if we're outside and can't stay six feet apart when we have groups of 500 people down to beach, hundreds of people on the dock. We're getting a lot of concerns from community members not feeling safe to come to the park way have to take action. City officials say there is a chance the docks will be open again if people do follow the rules. That's the most Tammy Matassa. It's 6 14 Let's find out

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Seattle protesters call for defunding of police

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle protesters call for defunding of police

"Peacefully peacefully marching marching in in Seattle Seattle last last night night is is the the City City Council Council prepares prepares to to vote vote on on that that massive massive cut to the police budget. Council member shall muscle want like protesters with a message to defund the Seattle police budget. They want the money to be invested in working class communities of color. The City Council police the Seattle Police Officers Guild released this video petition to stop the de funding campaign. The spot president says the proposed the funding will fire at least 800 officers. Create longer 911 response times and crime will go up at an alarming rate. If the council gets their wishes to defund us by 50% shop, or Chazz will look like child's play across the city. It's almost Tammy Matassa reporting

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01:32 min | 5 months ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"So comas Tammy Matassa met with him in an act of desperation, voicing a cry for help. Ah concerned community decided to hit the streets marching right to the doors of coma news today. With autumn, A community of Seattle stand in solidarity with our people in Ethiopia are facing injustice is the Armel Community of Ethiopia is pleading for the release of two Washington residents detained in Ethiopia. Use of the sheer and read one a month. Police in Portland, say a protest in that city turned violent. Saturday night. Things escalated after some people burned an American flag and launched fireworks toward buildings, including the federal courthouse. More than a dozen people were arrested in some Portland police officers were hurt by flying debris on the Seattle City Council is expected to vote on a new tax on big businesses. Today. The papal tax, already approved by the council's budget committee, is expected to raise more than $200 million a year that money would go toward affordable housing and other community development. Projects, and the council approves the measure. It would still require Mayor Jenny Durkan signature. Two years ago, The council, under pressure from companies like Amazon repealed attacks on big business. It had passed just a month before school. Most Frank Lindsay, some local homeless families are now finding themselves in one of their more unlikely shelters in Seattle. Inside one of Amazons corporate buildings in south like Union, Mary's Place shelter recently opened to help homeless Children with life threatening health conditions. It is called Popsicle Place..

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Prominent Seattle 'CHOP' protester involved in dramatic high-speed chase with police

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Prominent Seattle 'CHOP' protester involved in dramatic high-speed chase with police

"A high speed chase from Capitol Hill that blocked traffic on I five as officers tried to corner a man we've learned the man behind the wheel was a prominent protester in the former chop zone. Como's Tammy Matassa reports. Police say he was wanted for a felony. A dramatic chase ends on I five, a Seattle police around a crashed SUV driver climbs out of the sunroof and stands on top of it. Princess Ascencio was driving behind the wild chase. The next thing you know, he jumped off of the car and did that You're like that and ran around the cops over there. Looking down the freeway. Police finally caught up with them. He was wanted for a felony and ran away from officers near Broadway and Madison, a few blocks from where tensions when high with protesters after police dismantled the chop zone protesters we talked to say he goes by Rio. Come on, who's talked to him at a protest that drew thousands. I have a nine month old baby and I do not want him in 20 years to be standing on the front line. We're waiting to hear back from SPD about what charges that young man might face What felony he was wanted for. To begin with. And that's Como's Tammy Natasa. Last week,

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"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Of friends that share positive healthy interests. I can offer you support consumer reporter Connie Thompson. We'll staying hydrated just became a little more dangerous to brands of bottled water testing positive for arsenic, above what's acceptable in tap water. Here's Phil Hulett the California based center for environmental health reports at bottled water brands, pin, you feel and Starkey, we're both in violation of state arsenic guidelines in California. That means the water must be labeled with a warning penfield is primarily sold at target, and WalMart wild Starkey is on the shelves at whole foods. Phil Hewlett, reporting fifty seven cars drive across the Ballard bridge, every day, come Tammy matassa says the city starting think about the future of that aging bridge, and replacing it department of transportation says it's time to start weighing the cost of maintaining the aging bridge or replacing it, it's an older bridge over a hundred years old. And while we're maintaining it and keeping it safe. How we need to be planning for the future. Structure funding from Bolivia to move, the ATL engineers are studying three options for replacing the Ballard bridge and the cost one improving the existing bridge, what better access for walkers and bike riders to raising the height of the bridge with a movable opening or three raving the height of the bridge without a movable opening. We won't be looking at providing preferred option at this point, some pieces may not be feasible as our investigation, but really trying to provide a comparison at a high level of the costs and trade offs of the different options for driver. How much is it going to cost? Is it going to cost taxpayers money, raise my taxes, which is always a concern? It's a homeowner here hopes to finish the Ballard bridge study by the end of the year. Now you can take.

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King County, Seattle And Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

King County, Seattle And Komo discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"The King County health department is investigating a brand new measles, case this morning, that brings the number of cases this month to five and King County and eight across the state of Washington. Komo's Tammy matassa went to Seattle Children's where officials say patients could have been exposed King County. Health department officials say six month old girl was taken to Seattle Children's while she was contagious with the measles virus officials say, the baby was exposed from another person diagnosed with measles in

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KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Will be dangerous and damaging winds when they do come through. And at this point it looks like as far as the metro areas concern, Michelle probably strongest in the south end closer to Tacoma. I appreciate that. We're gonna keep both of you guys. Available for any updates will come right back to you. Thanks, guys. We are tracking wind conditions on the ground as as high wind warnings remain in effect. Komo's Tammy matassa live in Tacoma exactly we're talking about this is really where the peak of the storm could see sixty mile per hour winds Tammy Philipson. Well, Michelle right now, I can tell you things are getting greasier water starting to come down. But it is pretty much calm around. The Tacoma waterfront the flags. They're starting to to wave and pick up as the wind here starts to blow. But tomorrow people can expect to wake up to some damage and power outages. Hard and fast. That's how the overnight windstorm is expected to hit. The national weather service says wind gusts could reach upwards of sixty miles per hour. Forecasters are warning for power outages, and downed trees the thing we want to stress this is probably going to be just a quick burst. So you'll see those strong winds might be calm out. And then all of a sudden it super Wendy power restoration crews are already on standby in Seattle. Seattle city light says they have extra crews in extra staff ready to go early before the storm safety is the priority when they respond to any problems, we.

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"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Tammy matassa has more late nordstroms, passion, and deep dedication resonated all over the city he loved whether it was about downtown or homelessness or countless other issues. He cared about this place. He cared about Seattle. Fifty eight-year-old co president of his family's retail company served on the downtown Seattle association's board for more than two decades. He never did anything halfway the president says nordstroms impact on downtown has been tremendous ever since the nineteen nineties when the. Company stepped up and invested in downtown after Frederick and Nelson closed and another department store left town. And that's komo's Tammy matassa reporting a woman who nearly drowned her car as it sank in muddy water got to meet the nine one one dispatcher who talked her through her ordeal. I know I'm here with you. Okay. A New Year's day. Amanda Antonio was driving eastbound on Florida's interstate four when another vehicle cutter off forcing her off the road, leaving her SUV submerged trapped in a deep water-filled ditch. Slipped water as the car filled with water nine one one operator. Cheyenne Allen helped keep Amanda calm until rescuers were able to arrive sound like they're getting closer. Officers walked hand in hand with Amanda as they helped her out of that ditch nice to meet you and overnight and emotional meeting as Amanda came face to face with the woman, she says saved her life. Thank you saw. So you can feel the joy and gratitude between both families as the to meet for the first time I met that night, really. Thank you. Amanda says there's no doubt that Cheyenne. And the officers who arrived are the reason she made it out alive. ABC's Adrian bankers. A decorated navy seal will be arraigned in San Diego for charges including premeditated murder defense. Attorney Phillip Stackhouse says he has the evidence to get his client off those things include significant conflict in the statements that have been provided by witnesses in the case. There were eye. Witnesses surrounding chief Gallagher during the time the allegations were made special operations chief Edward, Ed. Edward Gallagher is court martial trial was greenlighted after an article thirty two hearing in November at naval base, San Diego Gallagher accused of premeditated murder for the stabbing death of a teenage ISIS fighter and aggravated assault for gunning down Iraqi civilians. He's denied the charges Gallagher will be arraigned at naval base, San Diego. Tomorrow companies time nine forty four traffic.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Tammy matassa. Komo news time six Daniel in the middle of twenty minutes of nonstop news. Now, it's time to check sports and from the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's Frank Garrity. Trying to deal with the scare from the bus accident involving members of the marching band and spirit squads the Washington husky football team getting sent for this year's apple Cup later today at Washington state game that'll be heard right here on KOMO husky coach Chris Peterson knows full. Well, this is what it's all about. Now or setup for why we why we come here. Trying to play for. Oh, Pac twelve championship to that. Goes the winner will get that north channel and a chance to play Utah next week in the conference championship. There's no stopping the saints. These days. It's now a ten game winning streak for New Orleans as a breeze by the falcons to cap off the NFL thanksgiving schedule thirty one seventeen four touchdown passes for drew Brees. The Cowboys beat the Redskins thirty one to twenty three to move into a tie with Washington atop the NFC east the bears. Top the lions to open the day twenty three sixteen. Chicago is one five street. Sports attended forty past the hour on the home of the huskies. Frank garrity. Komo news. Komo news time six ten. Well, it's black Friday night. It's expected to be the biggest shopping day of the year many deals already started with the thanksgiving holiday, and once again online shopping will increase ABC's, Emily rows in Washington with what the experts are saying analysts project a seventeen percent increase in online commerce. This black Friday nearly six billion dollars in sales. But if you're logging onto by all..

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KOMO

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"In Olympia. They will leave to assist California crews fighting wildfires in northern California later this morning. Komo's Tammy matassa has the latest. Wall. Three Roche's fires are on a war path through California. Our local firefighters are bracing to join the firefight of their lives. I haven't seen anything as bad as as the footage. I've seen from town. They're talking to some of our old timers. Same thing. Six firefighters and twenty engines from every part of the state are heading to fight the deadly campfire near Chico it wiped out the entire town of paradise. Firefighters say the dry terrain and fast moving infernos present a big challenge different landscape down there. It's a lot drier this time of year where the Santa Ana winds come in. So the winds come a lot faster, which what's kind of fed this this explosive growth plan is for firefighters to stay two weeks or longer which means they'll be there during thanksgiving people to sign up for this job or really dedicated men and women who care a lot about their communities and their neighbors. And they're always first ones that jump into help. When you top of DNR were told about fifteen different fire departments from our area will also be heading. Down to California. This crew leaves at ten AM. Komo's Tammy matassa Seattle Seahawks. Visit the LA Rams at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. But those Rams have other things on their mind. Not so much football. The team had to cancel practice because twenty players and coaches had to evacuate their homes because of those fires near Malibu teams practice facilities in Thousand Oaks, not far from where the hill and Moseley fires are burning later today. The team will practice at the university of southern California and big doings in Auburn. It's the veteran's parade later today. Fifty three years Auburn has paid tribute to our veterans with their annual parade and observance you can start with breakfast at the American Legion. Check out the displays on south division street, or you can stake out your spot for the Veterans Day parade which starts at eleven but usually ends around one thirty because it has more than six thousand people participating Christie Pajaro city of Auburn special events coordinator says there's also the curb competition for people who don't necessarily qualify. For a parade float, but still want to pay tribute and honor our veterans, and so they can set up a display on the side of the parade. Route thanking our veterans and their group can sit together there is also a solemn remembrance with the lighting of the flame at Veterans Memorial park at nine forty five. Art Sanders will be among KOMO team. Members will be there. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. It's thirty four past the hour. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours while the.

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Washington state reports first flu death of season

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Washington state reports first flu death of season

"Piecemeal taxes all over the state could cost jobs. I would assume that they would make the same argument. Myrtle control. Do they wanna have carbon taxes different carbon taxes in each different city? No opponents of sixteen thirty four say a similar sugary drink tax did not cost jobs in Philadelphia. But lamb says the Seattle city council had the data to show that claim is untrue. Hundreds of people packed the Seattle city council chambers last night to have a say in where the city's going to spend billions of dollars including more than ninety million the mayor wants for homeless services. More from komo's Tammy matassa. Taking center stage at the final budget hearing the homeless crisis in public. Safety. We all know about the human Pooh on the streets and the needles in the rats creating dangerous conditions for every person living in the city right now, the mayor's proposing ninety point three million dollars go to homeless services and temporary shelter. It doesn't include permanent housing. I know that the people that I have kicked out of the shelter at night that I have turned down for a bed in the morning have gone out and commit suicide many want to see results for where the money will go, and we throwing more and more money without the mayor's entire budget proposal is about six billion dollars. Komo news time five forty time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk with Tom hutler. Fifteenth-ranked huskies and the golden bears in Berkeley Saturday afternoon. The dog's trying to hold onto the lead of the pack twelve north Cal coached by former U dub defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox who. Also, Chris Peterson staff at Boise state. He has a lot of respect for the dog defense. I think they're very

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Leaked photos of what appear to be the new iPhone

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Leaked photos of what appear to be the new iPhone

"Reporting we've got a secret sneak preview. For you images of Apple's next iphones and apple watch been reportedly leaked ahead of a September twelfth event to announce them here's Mark Mayfield apple blog, a, nine to five MAC published photos of. What appear to be the new iphone ten s models and. The new apple watch the new iphones look similar to last year's. Iphone ten they're reportedly will be a new Plus model that will have a six point five inch screen along with the updated five point eight inch. Model the new phones will also be apparently. Available in a gold version. A third iphone is also expected to be unveiled at the September event and it, will be a, more affordable, scaled

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"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Encourage other families waiting for justice to not give up hope tammy matassa a minor plane crash this afternoon in snohomish county this is near harvey field we're told that a small cessna overshot the runway went through a fence and struck a car on airport way now no one was hurt but there were two people in the plane and one in the vehicle the ntsb is investigating expect road closures in the area while that investigation is ongoing crews in washington and oregon or trying to get a handle on to wildfires the biggest is the graham fire about sixty miles north of bend oregon some neighbors have been forced to evacuate at last check the fires burned about two thousand acres and only half contain state fire crews have been called a help the help fight the easter day fire near kennewick in southeast washington state about seven hundred and fifty acres of bring their but at this point no homes are threatened komo news time three thirty four let's get a check aaa traffic stalking on this mess in renton northbound four zero five just south of one six seven we still have an emergency response picking up your two right lanes this is why you're stopped much all the way back to the i five interchange from there northbound one six seventy south of four or five we had a crash taken up your rights lane and has just cleared but we're still slow back to one eightieth from there southbound four or five still struggling from about southeast eight the coal creek parkway southbound five seen heavy slowing from northgate all the way to the west seattle bridge is due in part to the south ninety nine cloture from the battery street tunnel down to south lander street our next report is at.

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Anthony Bourdain’s death means loss of a voice for immigrant workers

News, Traffic and Weather

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Anthony Bourdain’s death means loss of a voice for immigrant workers

"And shannon o'donnell as the weather happy saturday everybody as promised it's a little unsettled out there right at sunny one moment than sherry the next some of the showers locally heavy with some thunder lightning and hail all possible as we head into the evening hours temperatures today coolish fifties to about sixty we'll keep it about the same level on sunday still lingering showers tomorrow again they could be locally heavy but a few more sun breaks in the cards as well in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell to moment tacoma's partly sunny and fifty eight everett cloudy and fifty seven and light rain in fifty eight in downtown seattle komo news time four thirty six the sudden death of celebrity chef anthony bourdain is like a gut punch to the culinary world according to those in the industry officials say died from an apparent suicide in france komo news tammy matassa has more with the local chef who spent time with bourdain reflecting on the loss restaurant marsh aon bainbridge island had always hoped he might come here and see marsh greg atkinson is still wrapping his mind around the sudden death of celebrity chef anthony bourdain a manny had history with and shared a great love of culinary authenticity very sad right away and then when i learned he'd taken his own life that made it even more difficult shove atkinson says when anthony bourdain came to seattle to promote his best selling book kitchen confidential in two thousand borden asked to meet atkinson while he was the executive chef at kandla out of all the traits atkinson remembers about tony adventurous global ambassador he says his kindness stood out the most immediately established a great rapport with all my loved him at first sight and then he's speaking spanish with the dishwashers and just being his wonderful cells would later come back to seattle to film cnn's parts unknown atkinson things about tony's legacy with gratitude for what he did for the industry and the world we've lost an icon but i like to imagine that maybe now he belongs to the ages komo's tammy mutasa reporting we were there for a touching moment in kent last night as tenyearold riley carter was reunited with your dog after a terrifying adventure.

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"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"About the busy auburn way south troy troy and aubrey man lost his life riding his bike where he was supposed to be safe in the crosswalk auburn police traffic investigators recreated where the bike was before they say a car hit the man in his fifties lot of people have been hit on this road police say the driver says he didn't see the cyclist in the crosswalk because he was blocked by cars in the next lane kosher to stop how he didn't see the light light splash they go crazy neighbors like roger lopez say when they saw the bike in the road sadly they weren't surprised police say the crosswalk was installed about a year ago neighbors see before that the speeders worse but now drivers need to slow down way before they reach the crosswalk on the busy road for those crossing auburn way south an overabundance of caution is a must just be dangerous road while we have them that's komo's tammy matassa komo news time is one three four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours justin davis how are the roads looking looking a little bit better in lynnwood southbound five hundred twentieth way to crash blocking the right lane that is now out of our way and there's just a bit slow back to the alderwood mall from their bitch be clear now shortly also clear on north five and mount vernon anderson road we had a stall taking up the left lane that is now out of our way as well still working on a collision in auburn eastbound eighteen to just before one six seven blocking the right lane also still partially blocking the left lane things are still pretty heavy now all the way back to the i five junction from there we slip revive i five roadwork the has north five shutdown between the west seattle bridge up to olive way as you slow on northbound four zero five.

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KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Man was stabbed and killed an alqaeda beach where we're going to get more details on this last few weeks the police have beefed up a trolls in the area to crack down on the crime during the summer months they planned to expand the emphasis as the season ramps up and auburn man died after he was hit in a crosswalk on his bike neighbors wondering now for crosswalk isn't enough to protect cyclists and walkers mutt is almost tammy matassa reports on their concerns about the busy auburn way south truly sad every man lost his life riding his bike where he was supposed to be safe in the crosswalk auburn police traffic investigators recreated where the bike was before they say a car hit the man in his fifties people have been here on this road police say the driver says he didn't see the cyclist in the crosswalk because he was blocked by cars in the next lane stop how he didn't see the light because each lights flash they go crazy neighbors like roger lopez say when they saw the bike in the road sadly they weren't surprised to take the freeway police say the crosswalk wasn't stalled about a year ago neighbors say before that the speeders were worse but now drivers need to slow down way before they reach the crosswalk on the busy road for those crossing auburn way south an overabundance of caution is a must just dangerous road while we have them that's komo's tammy matassa well drivers just shared the road early sunday with a plane from everett to seattle crews took a b fifty two bomber on a forty mile journey on interstate four zero five and i five during the night to avoid traffic ingestion the plane will be displayed at the museum of flight boeing field there will be a welcome celebration at the museum's aviation pavilion about an hour from right now and then the museum will open for business as usual at nine o'clock by the.

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US Marshals nab sex offender suspected of abducting teenage girl

News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 2 years ago

US Marshals nab sex offender suspected of abducting teenage girl

"Man charged in the case of missing teenager christopher fitzpatrick tried to kill himself last night and the pierce county jail goes tammy matassa says this only intensifies the effort defied fifteen year old lily christoffersen from bonney lake got his towel immediately tore it tight around newsouth and tried to hang up a door inside of our jail just hours after christopher fitz patrick was charged with trafficking and kidnapping in lily kristoffersen's disappearance pierce county deputies say that thirty nine year old was found hanging from a towel in the jail shower deputy save it's patrick has issues with depression we don't want people think the worst because he did this action wasn't a very good italian also could have trying to escape are looking for tension there could be many other things at play here so we don't want to jump to conclusions documents say patrick in a woman named maria counts approach lily after she ran away from home investigators say he was seen with the fifteen year old all over pierce county the one us marshals arrested in this weekend lilley was still nowhere to be found police found a man hiding the snoqualmie river after he ran from a traffic stop and duval the man initially plunged into the heavy brush along the riverbank officers called for backup after hearing a gunshot about forty minutes into the search and after school program also went on lockdown police eventually found the man but no gun investigators say the man has spended license iran to avoid a ticket police officers in seattle are upset after interim police chief carmen best was not named among.

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Court documents: Tacoma man had thousands of child porn images

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Court documents: Tacoma man had thousands of child porn images

"The annual immigrants and workers rights event starts to thirty tomorrow afternoon at judkins park in seattle central district marches planned at three thirty and we'll head down south jackson street to downtown seattle ending at second and spring streets will be all over the story of course tomorrow through the evening here on komo news komo news team the washington state department of licensing admits a glitch in the computer system caused some veterans to be incorrectly charged for purple heart license plates channel five reports the state acknowledging the hiccup is encouraging those who think they've been billed incorrectly to contact customer service and try to get their thirty dollars back the state was not able to say how many bills with mistakes were sent out the purple heart license plates are a special designation for those who were wounded while serving in the military that's komo's frank lenzi reporting tacoma man behind bars after police say he admitted having twenty thousand child porn images on his phone on top of that detectives say they found video of his neighbors kids komo's tammy matassa has more the national center for missing and exploited children tipped off coma police about concerning online activity appears county superior court documents revealed detectors track down the thirty eight year old according to those court docks he admitted to officers he downloads quote a lot of bad things on his cell phone and handed over the past code detectives say they found twenty thousand images and videos of child porn on his phone many of them graphic the court filings also revealed the suspect admitted to filming video through a window of his neighbors young girls playing in a bedroom it says the girls were clothed and that the suspect told detectives he didn't do anything with it and prosecutors expect to file more charges right now the man is charged with four counts of possession of child porn and voyeurism bail is set at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in ballard used up a couple of it's nine lives yesterday morning.

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Zero five crowded from the valley freeway one six seven up toward newcastle neighborhood cause of the crash is still being investigated however clearly in what i can see that the semi driver was at fault for the collision the semi driver was not hurt there were no signs of impairment earlier reports indicated that the crash was in the construction zone but it turns out it was not snohomish county sheriff's deputies responded to a home where a toddler was run over by a lawn mower and killed it's been called the tragic accident had happened on two hundred third avenue near snohomish we get more from komo's tammy matassa says just absolutely heartbreaking for the family for neighbors and even for deputies county deputies say the three year old boy was riding the lawnmower with his dad when he fell off and went under the more we're told i was bonders rushed here and try to save him but he was pronounced dead say both major crimes and the collision investigation unit say there's no evidence of anything criminal or suspicious so they're not investigating stan would yesterday afternoon a medical helicopter had.

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KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Today stay off the road today is april twentieth four twenty the unofficial marijuana holiday the king county sheriff's office will be out cracking down on impaired drivers the office cited statistics that show traffic deaths related to high drivers on four twenty often equals or surpasses those on super bowl sunday which generally has some of the worst statistics statistics of the year troopers are looking for a suspect who fired into another car and a case of road rage komo's tammy matassa says the victim was driving early wednesday morning with his pregnant wife on i five bullet hit here that was the first shot there came out there even though is israel had been shot in the leg bleeding behind the wheel shot she's like new or you sure am i don't keep you know live for his family i just thank god for that why are you still that when you filming like report your stolen by but you don't need nine one one you have time to find their ten digit not emergency number alum says he'll be visiting community groups months it's national nine one one.

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KOMO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Backyard of a home come was tammy matassa is live at that scene it's on one fifty third avenue she just got an update from police what are they saying tammy mary right now the big question is how did this woman died but investigators told us it is still too early to say but you can see this is a very quiet neighborhood and there's still a lot of police cars lined up around this house here on one hundred fifty third avenue now police say just after seven thirty pm got a nine one one call about what a woman unconscious in a backyard in the six hundred block of a hundred and fifty third avenue northeast investigators say when they got here the victim in the backyard up against a building police say first responders took over cpr from a woman trying to help the victim but the victim was declared dead investigators are still trying to identify the victim and the woman was giving her cpr they don't know if the victim or the woman helping her live here we have a lot of patrol officers and detectives behind me so at this point we have an unintended unknown caused death and in the next few hours you'll see the king county medical examiner's office come out to do their own investigation as well there's no cause for concern for the neighbors and if there were to be caused we were certainly let you all know and back out here live police say they will continue to reconstruct the cause of death scene and they hope to have an update first thing tomorrow morgan mary thank you guys all right scare for air travelers tonight it's delta plane had to make an emergency landing in atlanta you can see cruz hosing down in.

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KOMO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"This is forty four seven news on komo news of michael branston site you rarely see during the day no backups on mercer in seattle and we're getting clear answers to the question drivers have been asking did the new ramp meters to i five worsen improve the mercer mess on day one yesterday komo's tammy matassa explains on this end is i five up here and say you see traffic is coming down we've expanded this from two lanes to three lanes with the meter so we have more traffic coming here play by play washed on engineers are showing us how drivers are navigating the new vamp meters from the mercer mess to i five at first drivers are little hesitant to use a shoulder to get to the meter before they get the idea boa dot officials saw in real time cameras is that the meters are making the backups on bursar worse like drivers had feared there was some concern that the ramp meter would back up traffic during the peak period it's not doing that right now if the freeway that's backing up traffic so then what's the point of the ramp meters while engineers say they're most effective toward the end of the peak rush hour tell cleared the congestion on i five faster this is what we expected we certainly need more time to work on it we'd definitely take this very seriously we'll continue to work hard on it that's komo's tammy matassa at seatac airport passengers flying in from philadelphia arrived last night in disbelief over the dead deadly accident komo's joel moreno is outside the airport with what travelers saw and heard this heavily damaged planes sat on the tarmac passengers flying out of philadelphia got some updates from flight crews much was just say they have an emergency landing and i'm thankful to be home that's terrible some flights were cancelled as emergency responders evacuated seven thirty seven travelers say it's hard to fathom the deadly sequence of events i don't even know what to say i'm surprised by it maybe the windows near that area needs to be reinforced in case something like that whatever crash investigators eventually learn it's not luckily keep these people from flying again that's komo's joel moreno we've got an update on sounders service if there are no more slides limited northline service will resume today but check.

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KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Work has made a lasting impact site year rarely see during the day no backups on mercer in seattle and we're getting clear answers to the question drivers have been asking the new ramp meters to i five worsen or improve the mercer mess on day one yesterday komo's tammy matassa report on this end is i five up here say see traffic is coming down we've expanded this from two lanes to three lanes with the meter so we have more traffic coming here play by play washed out engineers are showing us how drivers are navigating the new ramp meters from the mercer mess to i five at first drivers aren't little hesitant to use a shoulder to get to the meter before they get the idea boa washed officials saw on real time cameras is that the meters are making the backups on mercer worse like drivers had feared there was some concern that the ramp meters back up traffic during the peak period that's not doing that right now it's the freeway that's backing up traffic so then what's the point of the ramp meters while engineers say they're most effective toward the end of the peak rush hour tell cleared the congestion on i five faster this is what we expected we certainly need more time to work on it we definitely take this very seriously and we'll continue to work hard on it that's komo's tammy would tasha protests yesterday that barbara of licensing it tacoma they want state director of licensing pat colour to resign in the wake of the agencies not living up to the governor's executive order to not fully cooperate with federal immigration and customs enforcement ice kathy strauss was among the protesters for a whole year they were giving records to ice and it's devastating and she needs to go she needs to resign or should department licensing has released.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"Thirty this morning komo's tammy matassa live we're neighbors have been forced out of their own homes for hours now cami morgan just a few minutes ago we heard what sounded like gunshots and then medic units rushing towards the house and you can see it right now behind me now this standoff has been going on for several hours now in homeowners watch their home destroyed all because a suspect was barricaded inside the home here on twenty nine th avenue south bangs and flashing lights took over this quiet street while police and swat teams have been trying to get a hit and run suspect holed up inside a stranger's house homeowners watched as their homeless shot at ram by swat trucks and caught fire during the tense standoff federal way police say the suspect had been involved in a hidden run crash at military road and two hundred eighty second south witnesses say he ran away and came to this street a woman says the suspect i try to break into her house and her sixteen year old son came face to face with the suspect so he called police the suspect than broke into the homeowners across the street where he's still refusing to leave a scarce i don't wanna leave a house now i mean i can't leave my kids in broad daylight at home by themselves there should be the guy is charterhouse right now and now the swat teams here we don't know anything other but or more importantly worried about our sisters cats in the house when we don't care about anything else we do whatever else cleave is getting and back out here live you can see the medic units here on twenty eighth avenue south we're still waiting to find out if there is.

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KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"tammy matassa" Discussed on KOMO

"The upper thirty s that's the latest macomer weather center violent road rage attack on the side of a major seatac highway deputies now looking for four suspects involved sustained injuries to a shoulder cuts and bruises on his head and back i mean he was he was beat up and so we don't know how far those four males would have gone say of good samaritans hadn't stopped to help a man being kicked pints and beaten up with a four by four piece of wood by four men the violent attack could have been worse what's not understandable what's not acceptable recklessness irresponsible behavior that happened afterwards you know getting out and beating up chipper say the beating was built up after a white outy sedentary crossed of gore point on five oh nine and cut off an suv troopers say the fifty four year old suv driver there is hands up in frustration that's when the audi driver braked checks twice forcing the suv driver to slam on his brakes both cars pulled over and troopers say the four men got out of the audi and attacked the suv driver we don't stand for you know we want to identify locate and arrest of for individuals that are involved and let them know and let our communities know that this is not okay we're here to protect you we're here to make sure that this doesn't happen again super say if you're ever in a road rage incident don't confront the other driver because you just don't know what kind of mindset they might be an instead just call police komo's tammy matassa komo news radio listen more no more so you're ready to sell.

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Man disguised as construction worker seen prowling West Seattle neighborhood

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Man disguised as construction worker seen prowling West Seattle neighborhood

"Enthusiasts since nineteen thirty seven the range was nestled into the mountainside long before any school was built meanwhile two years ago the gun range says they improve the sound of bateman technology reducing the noise by fifty percents they shoot in one direction the schools are in the exact opposite direction but just after nationwide walkouts response to the parkland florida school shooting parents are worried about what would happen if an active shooter situation happened here nobody would know if it was the gun range or somebody coming into the school students i spoke with say the range noise would not affect their response to a gunman on campus that's komo's patrick quinn reporting a west seattle neighborhood is on romancing prowling around a home in broad daylight komo's tammy matassa has one family's warning jacek family knows there's a lot of construction in west seattle right now but no nancy non their surveillance camera dressed in a construction best wasn't at their house to do any work i haven't seen that move before i wouldn't be surprised if that's the play seen on camera prowling around the families yard and garage trying to open doors and windows but he's trying to open this up it's obviously locked and then he comes walking around here moments later mrs archana says she comes home interrupting his prow she sees him quickly run away as she pulls into the garage the family says they've tightened security by strategically placing cameras around their property and investing in an alarm system if anybody's heads like packages taken from their yard if you've had stuff stolen off your front porch it's very frustrating the you kind of feel violated little bit near the alaska junction police say they're seeing an increase in street robberies and thefts komo news time is nine eleven and the sports desk we go as the fourth seeded gonzaga bulldogs fortunate to escape with the first round win in the ncaa tournament yesterday in boise holding off number thirteen north carolina greensboro sixty eight sixty four guard satis nelson on the win every game he might be ugly might have changed turnovers may go for him but it means about winning losing marching today the best but the zags now face ohio state in the second round that's a four forty five tip off tomorrow from boise as the zags will try to continue toward another possible final four.

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Clinton says Trump won on vows to take country "backwards"

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Clinton says Trump won on vows to take country "backwards"

"The editor's desk assisted by eric hindsight tom hutler following these stories our hillary clinton told an audience in india that the us did not deserve donald trump's presidency and that these are perilous times the two thousand sixteen democratic presidential candidates spoke over the weekend of the conference in mumbai clinton said the republican president has quite an affinity for dictators and said trump really likes their authority and posturing and behavior schools are closed with polls are open as new hampshire gets hit with a town meeting day snowstorm for the second year in a row last year nearly eighty communities postponed their annual elections but the secretary of state said this year they must go on as normal warmer a warner town moderator ray martin said the turnout was steady early as voters hope to avoid the worst of that snow later on komo news typeset fortyeight dob is starting a new research study in the hope is that it will help veterans suffering ptsd komo's tammy matassa has the story a lot of stories they're the wounds lindsey church carries each day are deep i didn't start talking about my trauma until i was on the verge of dying of killing myself lindy's battle is ptsd therapy dog charlie is there for each struggle you don't know at any moment when when you're going to end up being cleared for lindsey the fight started after a series of surgeries during her active duty navy star medically retire early you w researchers know those scars haunt veterans lives now they're launching a new research intervention to find veterans like lindsey and matched them to treatment plants this intervention is really defined to help people think through this symptoms that they're having that they're experiencing and how it's affecting their life goals relationships during the study veterans will talk to counselors in three sessions over two months then have followup assessments for six months all done over the phone on the idea behind a checkup models to really reduce as many barriers ted seeking help as possible help lizzy says we'll be critical for developing programs.

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