35 Burst results for "The Seattle Times"

"the seattle times" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle. News radio 1000 FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed. Good evening it is 8 O 5, I'm Kelly blye and here's what's happening. 6 of the ten victims in a float plane crash in puget sound have been recovered and 5 have been identified. The Seattle times supports four additional victims had been identified along with 29 year old Gabby Hanna, whose body was found shortly after the Labor Day weekend crash near whidbey island. No other identities have been released by officials who are still working to identify the 6th victim. Lots of questions not as many answers right now for the Washington state patrol after two people were shot this morning along I 5, just north of the ship canal bridge, trooper Rick Johnson says witnesses began calling 9-1-1 just after 6 30 saying they heard at least four gunshots in the area. So we arrived and found a male with a gunshot wound to the Lake. In that area, troopers treated them till fire department got there and then he was transported to our review with non life threatening injuries. A second man was found shot in the hand a short time later he is also expected to recover, troopers are searching for the shooter and trying to figure out if a nearby homeless encampment might be involved. Pioneer square was a somber place this morning during the annual fallen firefighters memorial. John libertini reports. In a letter to the city back in July, the Seattle firefighters union says there were 40 attacks during a four month window earlier this year. It's so serious fire chief Harold scoggins brought it up during a thank you to mayor Bruce harrell. He shares our

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"the seattle times" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:58 min | 6 months ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Currently and I'm Gary McNamara There's a story just appearing all over the place because I'm sitting here during the break This one from the Seattle times ready for this On defunding the police whether you think to fund the no I don't want you to laugh too hard here Whether you think to fund the police a Samaritan or not it's becoming clear that no entity in the country has bungled the idea more than the city of Seattle This is Danny westney is his name We couldn't even get the meter reader part of it right It never made much sense how moving the parking enforcement out of the police department and into the roads department would further social or racial justice But it was proposed in the hot summer of 2020 anyway as a way to stick it to the cops by cutting their budget Along with more meaningful moves such as moving the 9-1-1 dispatch center to a new department to try to shift how many calls are answered by officers with guns The city council initially cut the police budget by 17% never reaching the 50% goal but the agency has been in a tailspin ever since More than 400 officers have left while crime has soared This past week the Seattle times and others reported new sex assault cases are not being investigated because of understaffing Meanwhile the software approaches envision for community safety are still in the pilot stages This past week the city announced It is refunding one 100,000 parking tickets and voiding another 100,000 because of an oversight Namely that the parking enforcement officers who are civilians were not granted the authority to write tickets after they were switched out of the police department last fall It's a 5 $1 million mistake Or it would be if that's hopefully the end of it but there's another wrinkle Which like most of the defund the police efforts so far could snowball more in an unintended direction It turns out during the 7 month period when the meters lack the right commission to do their jobs they didn't have the authority They also authorized more than 10,000 toes of cars and trucks from city streets Wow We're still crunching the data but so far we count over 10,000 impounds authorized by the Seattle park in enforcement officers Said chuck labor two president of Lincoln towing which has the sole contract for city initiated towing Most of those impounds were peak hour toes in which parking officers okayed an impound and tow truck swooped in to clear the road lanes of parked cars at rush hour If the tickets aren't legit then there's little doubt some people will now contest the toes said the towing company operator We also auctioned off some of those cars He said he estimated about 1700 of the 10,000 plus cars were sold off in a statement Friday the city said it has not planning on automatically refunding towing and storage fees related to bad tickets on the ground that it doesn't necessarily require a ticket to get towed This decision does not affect the rights of person has to request a hearing to challenge a toe was provided by city law the tow company was skeptical what's going to happen here is we're going to get sued and I can guarantee it and I'm going to forward every one of those lawsuits over to the city And then once Seattle council member Alex Peterson summed up about the ticket fiasco this reinforces that rearranging our public safety systems as complicated and can result in unintended consequences unless implemented with the utmost care Yes and it isn't clear yet who in the administration failed here but all 9 members of the council did vote for this back in the activism fueled atmosphere of 2020 at the time there hadn't been any in depth study of the move nor was anybody really asking for it The Black Lives Matter protesters weren't clamoring about parking meter readers They were focused on cops At work of actual cops So there you go There's been some talk of expanding the parking officers duties to include some of the things cops do now like directing traffic or responding to car prowls but if they're going to be doing crime work in the future why shift them to the road department in the first place Everything just totally screwed up Well I mean that was the idea It was it's the same nonsense of reallocating funds We're reallocating funds and they remember let's hire social workers to go on calls 9-1-1 calls Well they said the real reason all this was performative it was to appear to be slashed in the police budget without actually cutting any city services or saving any money Well yeah you're just changing it You're just taking essentially one large function of the police department and putting it over in another department Now they don't have authority Now oh I guess we need to dismiss all of these parking tickets Congratulations you defunded and then unfunded because those parking tickets are funding Yes I just happen to see the article I mean but this is this is it This is the nonsense that we live in But remember the very liberal actor Michael rappaport on in New York City he was on was he on Twitter I forget was it was posting video I don't know if it was on his TikTok or it was one of his social media pages He was posting the videos of the thieves going into a local I think it was a CVS But it was a local pharmacy and he was outraged and then he kind of did an update on that a few weeks later You know so people in you know whether it's Seattle New York all these major liberal cities now where we say where they say.

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Tucker Carlson: Dems Wants to Control Guns to Control Public Resistance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Tucker Carlson: Dems Wants to Control Guns to Control Public Resistance

"But listen to Tucker Carlson's argument about power about the Democrats and game about what they ultimately want to do with regards to controlling our lives. Biden just announced that 9 millimeter ammunition is quote high caliber, which makes anyone who understands guns, laugh, and should therefore be banned. 9 millimeter, the single most common pistol round sold in the United States by far should be banned, says Joe Biden. In New York, the unelected governor, Kathy hochul, just announced legislation to quote eliminate the grandfathering of large capacity ammunition feeding devices. That means your legal magazine is now illegal. Possessing it is now a crime that wasn't yesterday it is today. That's the word from the unelected governor of New York because that's democracy. She also plans to create a licensing requirement for all semi-automatic weapons. That's not just the scary looking ones you see on TV. That's all semi-automatic weapons. Including your dear rifle. So while they disarm you, as in Canada, are leaders are busy decriminalizing serious crimes. Once it actually hurts you. For example, according to the Seattle times, police in Seattle are no longer investigating rape. Yes, there are quote no longer assigning detectives this new year to cases with adult victims. That's rape victims. They'll have to do without. So if any of the people in charge, wanted this to be a safer country, they wouldn't have caused the current crime wave in the first place. They would not have defunded police. They wouldn't be encouraging open air drug markets in our cities. They wouldn't be sending crack pipes to addicts. But they're not worried about the public health at all. What they're worried about is public resistance to their policies, disarming the population, ends that resistance. They're very concerned because they know they rule illegitimately that the population will rise up.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thank you and that's a Bloomberg business flash Now here's Michael Barr with more And what's going on around the world Michael good morning Good morning Karen the FDA appears boys to allow a mix and match approach to COVID booster shots this as it prepares to authorize Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters Former president Donald Trump filed a lawsuit in an attempt to block the release of documents to the congressional committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol Major League Baseball the Red Sox trounced the Astros 12 three Boston has a two games one lead in the ALCS Monday Night Football the Titans beat the bills 34 31 in the NHL the rangers beat the Maple Leafs in overtime Two one Global news 24 hours a day on air And on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than 120 countries Michael Barnes this is Bloomberg Nathan Thanks Michael It's 6 20 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is Bloomberg daybreak I'm Nathan Hager Let's hear more now from our exclusive interview with Boris Johnson the British prime minister sat down for a conversation with Bloomberg news editor in chief John nichol fight ahead of a global investment summit discussing topics ranging from climate change to Brexit's impact on London as a financial hub Let's listen into some of that conversation now You have the global captains of black rock Goldman Sachs JPMorgan They're all coming to this conference and they would all say the same thing that yes they like the City of London but they're also hedging their bets putting jobs in Paris and Amsterdam But behind all of it they would say look we are an industry Finance and insurance is an industry that brings in a 160 billion pounds a year to the British economy Fishing brings in less than a billion You put most of your energy into argument the French about fishing rather than this big issue of finance On the country where in 2008 2009 there was any literally only one politician who spoke up repeatedly for the City of London for bankers And that was me And I know that the City of London is crucial not just for our country but for the whole of Europe And for this hemisphere And that's why the world And that's why I think that it's profoundly in the interests of our partners to ensure that we do have good relations We do continue to see proper flow of capital and services between London and all the other parts of Europe And I'm sure that that will continue If you want to raise money around Europe you want to finance your merger or whatever it is London is still the place to come and always always will be But I think the interesting thing about the way finance is going is it's so much written now is in FinTech and it's the tech side that is developing so fast And there you've got to admit that the UK has an extraordinary kind of mixture of things that make it propitious for that kind of development And I think it's saying that we've got a 106 or more tech unicorns in a unicorn for the benefit of both the Bloomberg viewers who don't yet know anybody back there Doesn't it A unicorn being not a mythical beast but a company with a $1 billion in revenue Revenues thank you There are a 106 in this country Another European union nation that I will modestly forbids me from mentioning has a quarter of that number I think that's I think that's France And just to use that point and that is exactly what the heart edited captains of industry will say They would say look you are stuck in these arguments with France about fishing for these arguments about finance No but they are the people As you well know who are blocking the City of London's Ability to be able to trade for the rest of Europe or to get a deal on that Is it time to sort of fix those squabbles I think there's got a great relations with the French government with the manual Macron and will continue to ensure that the UK and France have a very close Only dream of telling a sharing that sharing the private conversation But the UK and France have been mass serie whatever the For a long long time And if you look at what we do together around the world we're very close partners we're friends and it's vital And it is the deep will of our populations that should remain the case And we will continue to do great things together Is there a problem with the Northern Irish protocol Yes there is but we'll fix that and I don't think that's going to be the end of the world And that was UK prime minister Boris Johnson in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg editor in chief John Michael thwaite Catch more of their conversation online at Bloomberg dot com Right now S&P futures are up 15 points down futures up a 101 NASDAQ futures higher by 39 points The ten year treasury is up three 30 seconds The yield 1.58% yield on the two year .39.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Tonight. Giants take walks take on the washington football team And i think it's in dc correct the road. What'd you guys. Consider jack del rio for usa. I would have to interview anybody. That's a former usc. The main one. I'm sure jeff. Fisher throws name in the mix again. What would you hire to dark del. Rio has got the most recent coaching. He's he's had the most recent success coaching. It'll have some success defensively with these washing the football team and he know southern california even though he's a northern time is he pushing nino. I'll find that out sooner than later. Trust me real much. So when he if he does get hired you'll you'll be extended invite on staff to i do it i. I don't know all. I'll give you that answer later to. I'm just there. You go brother because you know what they pay. Those type gone ranger i mean. Look you need to fix usc football. I used to not. I mean i never hated. Usc football. But now i'd like to do. I get it. Alabama went through a war. Going through pre nick saban. You know what i'm saying. A couple of different coaches they get it and i don't anymore they can't. They can't even fathom what we're going through because they have and you know who else can't the kid who's eighteen years old who five s. sec. C on south carolina. No dummy in that sad but you know what in some cases it's true. Yeah and so not that sad that north to south carolina program. But when you think. Us was never which one right now. It's which one right. Let's not this. It was it was which one for a minute with spurrier early. Yeah let's let's not we haven't we haven't gone there yet so put it this way. I'm making a list of a lot of things. Going down the pros and cons about a lot of things. So when i do all i'm i'm a laminate that list and hold it in front of my face will do the show like a to keep looking at. I want this. I like this. But i will find out. I'd find it hard to believe. And i'm not gonna speak for him but i'm gonna say That i would find it hard to believe that if all the sudden s offered him the job did he would turn it down unless that day when you brought him in. He seemed like he very much would enjoy the opportunity to to try and fix the school yet and he knows both you guys were pretty much in the same felt like in the same in the same area of things need to be at how and thanks and we have a pretty good idea what needs to be changed and we both recruited the same same year and and i don't mean an arrogant way but i was the quarterback. He was a linebacker top recruits. And all those things and we came in together and we're teammates along the way in the nfl. We think silhouette comes to tough dispute understanding if you don't shift your recruit. We can't recruit from from nine hundred. Seventy eight seventy nine. Eighty one eighty five. We can't recruit from two thousand rather we got. We know we can't sell history. We gotta sell kurt. History current wild quarter history. Usc question would they ever considered going to. We're talking about you talk about the stuff with jeff shorts earlier. The uniform stuff with they do anything would they allow any sort of goofiness uniforms. Gotta take the two things that i don't know if they would. I'm not saying it's gonna shine curious. Allowed him to wear like gold or like cardinal and gold cleats. You know we were throwing an alternate jurors normally. They may even do it now. But i'm divorce consistent. We had to wear black cleats. I that's what we always had to wear and on a practice didn't matter should screw. They probably want us. You don't screw thing that we've never done and some people wanna see their name and their parents saying it it. We don't have names on the back of the jerseys now. That may not be that big deal but for some kit is it. Yeah and that's the problem. Old school tells me to get the hell outta here. Put names on the back of our jerseys new school understanding what this arrogance of usc and part of it that that's the way we know that sound you want to do it. We end up in el paso playing in that ballgame. Son balsam okay. What you gotta do is understand what they want so without getting rid of your all the values that you've created you may have to make some adjustments on that man you may very well have to so and if that's what it takes to get jack eight million and me three. I had to get the program back yet. Be kind of nice but human eye on the same page. We'll see but it's the process is going to go faster than we think because you know how fast will be january before we know it right during. What's up man how you doing. I'm doing good man. Appreciate you having me on bomb. Gotta take i wanna preference in about saying you know. I have enrolled of melody taking on that. You know this is a sober. Take on the south bay show. But i think that the texas average shot to win this weekend and this is the reason why one i know i know the preseason i know was jacksonville. But they did then. Looks like they have the neck for takeaway. I think they can come away with either one or two those one or two. If we can score off those we can We can take away their running game. Which is a big part of it. We weekend like you guys say we can jump out early usually when you do that. That kinda that kinda killed the other teams running game because they're trying to pack and get caught back up before times on. Secondly this is a completely new coaching staff. Pretty much completely new team and this is their. This is their first game. Go for for their first game together. I don't care if it was jacksonville. Not they played their act off and they played together and they play very well. There was a lot of mistakes that can be cleaned up. There's a lot of mistakes That are fixable. And so i'm. I'm giving a shot to win this weekend again. It but i think they can get get them a w thanks drew. I listen i. I i lean more than my parts. Do have a shot. Yeah if you put it put this way. If you said sean bet straight up and you have all you have to bet. It's not against the spread. Just a winner losing a win loss column. I couldn't bet that they'd wind like i wouldn't do it. But the optimist in me says if they shared out right. I do too if they play like they did last week. They'll be in it if they turn it over a couple of times they could get vote rates and if cleveland plays like they should with that talent cleveland. A win. but there's always a thing if you don't turn it over you will have a chance going into the second half and a fourth quarter We'll give predictions later in the week. I got washington at home tonight. Taylor heineke plays a good game. Yeah i'll take wash- washington sports socks seven nine in the trenches next chris. Gordon andy clue. Big sarge followed by the map. Thomas show with ross the afternoon. Great to have you along for heavy m. c. on a throwback thursday. I'm sean we don't ever take for granted be safe..

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"the seattle times" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on KOMO

"For them to do so. It's not fair. It's just not fair. Everyone should have entitlement to the same rules. Not some can and some cannot. This restaurant owner tells CTV news. I think we're cautiously happy. Because he alternative to not doing this is the chances of having to close and having to lay off her staff. BC has developed its own vaccine passport. Matter of fact, if Americans are headed north, you already know about this. You just have to use it everywhere from checking into the hotel going out to eat and shopping anywhere but a grocery store. It's an experiment being watched here for sure as a possible option to curbing daily covid numbers that aren't getting any lower. Brian Calvert. Common use. Washington is the ninth most vaccinated state in the country, according to Wallet Hub, which rings Massachusetts first and Mississippi. Last. We get high marks for adult vaccination rate, but ranked 25th for Children and teenagers. Restaurant owners say they're seeing more people applying for jobs now that the federal unemployment benefit has expired. The level of applications is about 50% higher, so I mean, it's it's it's significant, Hoffman says. Even though he has several jobs to fill. He and other owners warned that they're looking for someone. A little more dedicated than just wanting a job because their benefits have ended that extra $300 weekly federal payout that had been a staple during the pandemic expired last week, longer Commutes in the Seattle area disappeared during the pandemic. There's Cuomo's Eric Heights. The number of Seattle area workers who commuted 20 minutes or more each way, dropped by about a quarter of a million. According to data compiled by research firm Nielsen. The biggest decline was among those with commutes of 30 to 59 minutes falling by about 34%. At the same time, the number of people with commutes of less than 20 minutes slightly increased. The Seattle Times reports. On average people with shorter commute times are more likely to work jobs considered essential and don't have the option of working remotely longer commute jobs are more likely to be white collar and able to convert to remote work. Eric Heights come on news, the city of Seattle's extending the closing time for several popular parks and beaches. They say people are concerned over illegal activity and crime. So the Parks Department's going to keep the 10 PM closure in place at nine different parts, including al Qaida. Beach parks will remain will reopen at 4 30 the following morning news time, 7 39. We'll get to a sports updates and the answer to did you hear next? September. 23rd is national Checkers.

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The Delightfully Deranged Ms. Pak-Man Is Back With “Ms. Pak-Man: Breakout!”

KUOW Newsroom

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Delightfully Deranged Ms. Pak-Man Is Back With “Ms. Pak-Man: Breakout!”

"May be in the waning days of summer. But they're still plenty to do and as we do most fridays. We are getting some recommendations for arts and culture events. This weekend brendan kiley. Covers arts and culture for the seattle times. Brendan welcome back. Hi thanks so much for having great to have you okay. Your first pick is for a campy lounge show we like camps and we like lounge so tell us more about this right so it's called. Mrs pacman breakout. It's at the west hall of the century ballroom on capitol hill and it runs Thursday through sunday and The character is based on the iconic eighties video game character. Miss pacman by this fantastic comedy actor. Scott shoemaker who anthropomorphized her But made her sort of a bitter and angry trainwreck. Oh that's hilarious brennan. I used to ride miss pacman for like forty five minutes on a single quarter. I'm giving myself away there. But i want i which she can't be a train wreck. She's miss pacman. Well i'm impressed by your video. Game skills But yeah the ideas that she peaks in the eighties and has been cratering ever since and now. She's trying to resuscitate her career as a lounge act. But she's a mess you know she sings. She dances sometimes begrudgingly. But what she really wants to do. Is tell us confessional stories about her divorce in her pill problems her affairs her wreckage and there is a dose of schadenfreude in there which makes it feel like a bit of a guilty pleasure but his entertaining is that is. There's something else going on here. Who was all about cruelty and making fun of her. The show wouldn't work You know there's something relatable about her and her frustration with the world. I think if you ever feel like your life has been one long blooper reel or people aren't taking you seriously as you like. You have a friend in miss pacman.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"The engagements The value for your journalism and terms of driving impacts and the value that you provide the funders there is that sweet spot where there is sort of magic that happens We're hopeful that mental health will be that ultimately you'll have that ratification of making a difference in the community. Chris let me see the same thing really being attuned to enlisting to your community and that that means sort of actively Meeting with people in really asking them you know community leaders And people who are really in touch with what's going on what matters What's changing for them. What things Are they interested in. And what can we As you know the local newspaper what can we do. Better seeking that feedback Is well i think is real important in improves. Our work katie. I'm gonna come to you first. What would you say is your top skill. That is fed you well during your career and to really do your job day today i would say. I am a very strong collaborator. I do think that the importance of in particularly in a funding role. But i also have responsibility for marketing and product. And i think in all of those instances having the ability to collaborate closely with our newsroom to understand how journalists do their work and what they're driven by so that you can effectively represent that to funders and potential funders. How do you become a better collaborator. Wanted i think bring something to the table As a business person. I think it's very easy to come in demand things we want more coverage. We want you to do this. We want you to do these things. And i didn't find something that you can bring to the table whether that's a piece of data that's helpful whether it's a contact that's helpful a resource something that you come to the table to say. I'm a partner in this. And i share in your success and we will accomplish more if we go together. I think that that has helped to build the bridge. The confidence with the newsroom..

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"What are those parameters what are those guidelines. What are the You know where do we exist. comfortably in terms of their relationship in the collaboration with the funder and i would say is the number one question that we get from other organizations that are potentially embarking on community fund journalism. How do you maintain your editorial independence. So i do think for anybody that is going to potentially Embrace community funding as an option for your journalism having a very specific structure of what that actually looks like thunders. Don't see stories in advance. They don't know what topics were going to cover. They have broad understanding of themes that has criminal alluded to we review sort of retrospectively. They don't have any idea what it is. We're actually digging into. And they don't have any different access to our reporters than any average reader would have and they do as christian mentioned we do meet lists are editing team with our funders but that's the extent of the opportunity for them to collaborate closely with journalists. Strong advice british. Dome advice kristen. What else goes in those ongoing conversations with philanthropists as you move forward throughout the course of that funding what else. What else comes up and say shen often. It's sort of Really trying to understand. What a funder is interested in. A broad sense are there other entrusts What moves them and really Trying to keep them abreast of our work you know. We don't expect that every story that we publish is read by all of our funders so notes surfacing some of the strong work And you know if someone has a particular interest really making sure that we're sharing or showcasing the topics for them those This stories So i think that that's what is really important. Just sort of like the stakeholding of of you know being in that relationship having that sort of two way. Conversation into door and and communicating regularly. You know casey. If you've got funding for something of a two or three years. When do you start thinking about what happens to those two or three years pretty much immediately as soon as that. Project launches is christine mentioned launch the mental health projects funded by the bomber crew in mid september. And we are already thinking about and discussing. What do we do after that. Two year period. Our intention is never to sunset these initiatives unless they have run their course but the truth is that they're topically. Things that are intractable problems that will continue to make progress on but will never be solved so we start talking about in thinking about funding for the next initiative. How do we backfill. We diversify funding to ensure that we can perpetuate is coverage as long as the community needs it d- katie.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"The economic recovery of seattle during and after the corona virus pandemic a political reporter to monitor how policies play out beyond the city council. But really look into the impact. They have in neighborhoods and also graphics reports. Aw to create compelling visuals to explain local data and break down the numbers. This sounds great. Doesn't it it's essentially free money to keep your newsroom running and sustain your coverage but surely it isn't all sunshine and rainbows is it. It is.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"It's a mix of both We have actually very transparent. We have been extremely philanthropic minded community. And i do think that that has created. The end drives a lot of our success. So i do think that that is a huge contributing factor. We also have a very sizable newsroom. For market of our size that is deeply committed to journalism in and have low subscriber. Churn those people see an enormous amount of value in local journalism which inspires gain. They want to in addition to pain for their subscription. Identify ways that they can continue to support our work so we have messaging that accompanies these stories that run in print and online Encouraging people if you find value in that reporting to donate we have marketing campaigns that run in print and digitally surfacing the funds into creating awareness around it and then we do actual direct outreach in terms of major donors and engaging philanthropists for their support so we play a lot of tactics to engage people and inspire them to participate and contribute to the funds. You know we receive all levels of of contributions from various significant six figure contributions to six dollars. I have not exaggerating And kristen does a really excellent job of connecting with those donors and asking what's inspired your contribution and over and over and over here in a supporting local journalism is so important kristen. What's hot getting your averages to count their hard earned money or getting the philanthropist to come up with the big sums of money that's such a good question you know it's funny. I mean i think that in some ways it's probably easier for readers to be inspired They read something that moves them or they they think while they surface something important we should have more reporting like this and someone may open their wallet and literally. Just give us five dollars. Someone else met grassroots fear might give us twenty dollars a month that And sort of do ongoing support so it really is quite a range. i think with The world of philanthropy that is it's more competitive in general right if you're seeking a grant And there's probably less philanthropy that is sort of specific to supporting media organizations. So you really have to find Often the subject matter that that really resonates with funders And that they want to Sort of connect with you know. Is that always there mounted on a you have a lot of these day to day. Conversations with philanthropists waterberg. What are their motives for wanting to support these kinds of schemes. And how do you pay attention to that. Definitely an interest in the vigorous reporting that really is important to having a democracy functioning democracy. That's really foundational. So i think a lot of them come from that very broad perspective but then i think other funders come at it from a more specific area of interest we recently Started some work with a funder called bomber group and they are investing almost a one point two million dollars To do a.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"Organizes journalism placement mentorships in the uk created their own charitable foundation and their first donor was the arch. Well foundation the nonprofit created by prince harry and meghan the duke and duchess of sussex more recent reports from the public interest. News foundation have only bang the drum louder recommending that policy makers and philanthropists in the uk support initiatives to transfer learning from the us nonprofit new sector but the concept of what qualifies as the charity will change over time and this conversation is one that continues to gain speed in prominence. So i asked kristen. What exactly is about america which has created such a thriving culture of philanthropy. Think it's absolutely growing. And i think more and more newsrooms across the country are seeing the value in having Sort of another revenue source. That is sustainable minute certainly something that we have been doing for ten years now so um we may be sort of the old kid on the block in a certain sense But it's great to see so many Journalism organizations dipping their toes in and in just one example of that we help teach a journalism philanthropy cohort mom in the past year with the local media association. That involved Sixteen publishers of news organizations across the country and that six month cohort in unto with a few months after that in that period on raised almost five million dollars Which is really incredible to go from zero for most of these organizations to bringing in some some dollars that really fund journalists fund projects fund Core in critical work people understand that the world of journalism has been contracting right. We've lost an enormous number of actual know bodies reporters who bring on that journals and we have what people would call. News desert's in so many places on many places in america that used to have a small local newspaper no longer do and so a lot of communities really lack that local coverage and accountability and i think People crave that and they also see at national level that there needs to be accountability of government and public institutions. So i think that Funders are becoming more More and more aware of that importance and realizing that they can make a difference by really investing In good journalism. So i think that we will see more activity there As this conversation really grows in people really see that intersection and why it matters so some extra of like everyday rita donations as well as philanthropic people. Come with with a large sums of money right. how how does that come about. Do you have to outreach to specific philanthropist. do they come directly to you. How does that work..

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"We have a Engagement person so the rules are really meant to provide this various fully fleshed out team that can make the most of our investigative reporting and most importantly create a significant impact within our community so people and and today. I think it's one point six million dollars you've raised through that fund right. That's right yeah a little over one point six million Which has been really think energizing an exciting one of the pieces dismissed important about that. Team is The collaboration with the reporters or individual reporters and other coverage areas. So some of the work that we've done Not traditional investigative reporting sort of one row quarter sequestered delay tiling through records and things like that it really is The product strunk liberation and expanding investigative skills throughout our newsroom in. We're really proud of the work. That's been done. Our editor has been a long time. employee his great working relationships across disciplines and our community is that are in stronger searches results of it. Surfacing some really powerful investigations that i think has really driven strong impact. Like what can you give me some examples of the of the tangible stories of come out of it. You're absolutely so When is the hanford. Nuclear plants Has had a of problems here. On the pacific northwest and there was deep reporting that we did on respirators faulty respirators that were actually provided to the employees that worked in those areas We did a deep investigation of a local very notable high profile chefs who have had some pretty strong allegations of sexual misconduct against him again. That is one of those examples of that collaboration. Chris what would you add in terms of other investigations. That have been significant. Think you've captured quite a few of them. I mean i think there's definitely a lot of work on the police county ability front and we had You know sort of a high profile case here where individual was killed while in police custody after Sort of a chokehold and being hooded and so forth and That has been the case that our team investigated really over the course.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"Podcast is great to have you on the show. Casey let me come to you. I was the situation like yourself with a moment. Well i am at home with my seven year old and nine year old and a dog that we adopted during the pandemic as we have full house as we move out of the office in very early we were one of the first. Us epicenters of the pandemic Quickly on one hundred percent remote So things are good. We've adjusted quickly. And i'm really proud of both the organization than kristen. Denying our quickness in sort of pivoting in taking our roles hundred percent ritual cool. Kristen how you finding working from home from home has been Fun it's been an adjustment But i think like a lot of people. Do miss my colleagues in this that in person collaboration and and it's it's also fun just to sort of see You see people's families their pets In a little bit of their lives but I look forward to the day when we can't see them in person today. We're gonna talk a lot about the various crowd funding and philanthropic funding models that you're working on it seattle times in the uk. We kind of looked with jealousy to the us and the culture of philanthropy that you seem to enjoy local news as a journal broader question. How important is philanthropy to seattle times and he gets becoming increasingly more important about ten percent of our newsroom. Staff is currently funded by community funding. So that is not a small or insignificant portion. We have been able to grow our staff this past year through some philanthropic efforts which i think has been really inspiring and exciting for the newsroom. We have long been in a place where we buy their health staffing flat in many cases head to reduce staffing so getting to a place where we are actually proactively expanding. Our newsroom to serve reader needs as well as the aspirations of her journalists. Is i think really really energizing. An important has conversation of courses throughout the last year. We've seen a lot of job. Layoffs love job redundancies in the industry itself. How has it actually been seattle times in that respect. Yeah that's a great question. That has really been devastating to watch newsroom. Strength across across the country here in the us We fortunately have not been in that position As i mentioned earlier and we were one of the first. Us epicenters of the pandemic. i'm so We felt the effects in terms of the advertising losses in the to local businesses..

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"Your host jacob grainger. Each week we bring the interesting conversations around the media industry. Jump in. I'm always into our listeners. A my inbox is open to you. I'm jacob at journalism. Don't cut it. uk right. let's get into it. This is the second of four episodes in the mini series that talks about innovation local news increasingly. We're hearing that the. Us is a great source of inspiration for uk newsrooms when it comes to newsgathering processes revenue models audience engagement and so on each episode. I'll speak to. Us local newsrooms about something small or experimental that they're doing in an effort to transfer lessons and learnings across newsrooms anywhere next up is the local news organization seattle times and joined by two core members of their successful crowdfunding and philanthropic initiatives. That's katie over the senior vice president of product marketing and public service and kristen on the director of development and community funded journalism today. We are talking about three of their initiatives which.

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Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish

"Seattle City attorney says Mayor Jenny Durkin's text messages disappeared due to a deliberate act not because of an unknown technical issue. Cuomo's Corwin hike reports. It's the latest revelation in the long running controversy. Texts sent to and from Durkin's phone were set to auto delete after 30 days, a condition the mayor has said she was unaware of She told KOMO News in May assume that we were collecting everything it was being kept in archives. Many of the missing texts are believed to contain legally important communications among city officials during the summer 2020 Chop occupation and Police East Precinct sees you should always presume you make things available. The mayor's office said. The messages disappear to due to an unknown technical issue. But city Attorney Pete Holmes tells the Seattle Times that's simply untrue, he says. Quote someone changed the mayor's settings from retain to delete, adding that is a

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Seahawks Make Jamal Adams Highest-Paid Safety With 4-Year Extension

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Seahawks Make Jamal Adams Highest-Paid Safety With 4-Year Extension

"Breaking news more out of the nfl world. Hey defensive player just jot terry. Jamal adams who was in contract negotiations with the seattle seahawks. The reason he is on the seattle seahawks because he was in contract negotiations with the jets. An absolute stud has now come to terms at the seattle seahawks on a four year. Seventy million dollar deal. They'll make him the league's highest-paid safety. I'm told says. Ian rapoport at rap sheet thirty eight million guaranteed breaking the stalemate a long time coming and well deserved. It was reported this morning that jamal wanted. Forty million guaranteed in only thirty. Eight million was offered and guarantees from the seahawks. This seattle times had reported that this

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Seahawks Have Offer out to Jamal Adams; No New Talks With Duane Brown

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Seahawks Have Offer out to Jamal Adams; No New Talks With Duane Brown

"Jamal adams there but not practicing dwayne brown there but not practicing. My theory is was seattle. That pete carroll push for this jamal adams trade and they gave to i a third and a safety for jamal adams and it looked terrible if they don't get this deal done so the seattle times has to reporters this morning that have said the seahawks appear to be willing to move to sign atoms. But not the left. Tackle dwayne brown and i'm like timeout. Left tackle safety but my my belief is pete carroll lashed last year the defense was a mass bottom half of the league they had no pass rush and i think seattle over and i liked jamal but they went crazy on him and now they're back into a corner 'cause they can't just bail on jamal adams they gave up too

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taking a closer look at Ransomware

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:36 min | 1 year ago

taking a closer look at Ransomware

"Think that i got my start at the middle school newspaper. The hopkinson buzz. No but really. I started telling stories in middle school and how to really great journalism teacher. And as i you know as i got older and was considering what i wanted to do what i really love to do is right and learn new things and so this is a great field for me. I have been a local government reporter in rural washington state. And since then i have mostly been a business reporter largely reporting on tech mostly in the pacific northwest and i relocated to continue covering tech in san francisco just about two years ago. So i was at the seattle times than the associated. Press and now the post did you imagine when you were a middle schooler. They're being inspired by your teacher that someday you'd be under the masthead of an organization as well known as the post. I never thought that would happen. I'm still honestly a little bit shocked. That i work here. It's a great place. Well congratulations i mean. It's particularly you know in these challenging times for journalists Hats off to you. It's quite Quite a career path. And you you've You've worked your way up quickly so good for you much. Yeah it's it's you know. It is a challenging time for the industry. But i think we have some really good like industry newspaper leaders. That are still strong. Which is fantastic. And so yeah. You know the more information about our right. We'll let's dig into the article. We're going to discuss today. This is Article that you co authored with some of your colleagues at the washington post is titled the anatomy of a ransomware attack What prompted you all to take on this topic. What would what prompted the creation of this article. You know it's interesting. I honestly think it was the colonial hack. The colonial pipeline ransomware attack. That kind of eventually spurred this on because we had been covering ransomware attacks up until that point of course as kind of one offs. You know There were the healthcare attacks last fall and and we have covered some of these big groups and things but we had never done this kind of huge comprehensive approach but as we saw some of these more high profile tax light colonial and j b s and people were hearing more and more about these. We thought oh you know it's the time is finally right to take a big step back and actually explain to people. What actually are these weird they coming from. And how do they affect you. You know like you. A normal person. Living in our society

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Seattle Now

"Patricia murphy. It's monday. This is seattle now so much. Cool wildlife you're in washington. We've got cougars dear. Those little marmosets on the olympics and for the first time in decades grizzly bears in a minute. We'll talk to chris morgan host of the wild podcast about how to stay safe when you run into animals in the wild or in your own neighborhood but first let's get you caught up seattle police chief d. as says the city has a public safety crisis after gunfire broke out across the city early sunday. Spd's says eight people were shot in four unrelated incidents in pioneer square. Bell town chinatown. Id and capitol hill. Three of those people died just last week. Mayor durkan announced more than ten million dollars for community groups working to stop gun violence. If mask limbo has made you feel unsure or uneasy about what to do when. Here's some clarity. The state's top doctor is once again recommending. We all mask up when we're inside in public spaces regardless of our vaccination status. Dr scotland quist said friday. The delta variant is driving a v wave of cases and hospitalizations mostly among unvaccinated. People linquist said new cases more than tripled in the span of about a week. King county's top health official is also urging everyone to wear masks indoors but so far these are recommendations not requirements and sue bird and the. Us women's basketball team get started at the olympics. Tonight but bird tells the seattle times it's going to be her last can't blame her. She's played in four olympics and won gold every time team. Usa is going for seven gold in a row. in tokyo. tip-off against nigeria is nine forty pm. Seattle time if you've tried to get a camping reservation for the summer work on out hiking you already know. This nature in the pacific northwest is bursting with humans. Right now and it's not like nature was empty before we made summer plans in washington. State wildlife is abundant and diverse and on occasion. It can be dangerous chris. Morgan knows this better than most. He's an ecologist abair expert and the host of the wild podcast here at k. u. o. w. and he's here to talk with us about how to act and how not to act when we encounter wildlife. Hi chris a genie. How are you. i'm doing well. Thanks and since you are a bear expert. I have to ask you about the latest bear. News i so. Biologists recently found a healthy female grizzly bear with three cubs in washington state. Near the idaho. Border they were able to put a radio collar on her to keep track of her. And i read that. This was the first time this has happened in forty years. Is that correct. Yes in fact. The forty years has been the recovery period for these christie buzzing washington state and elsewhere so first time since that recovery started since these animals were put on the endangered species list in the seventies that a female has been called a not just a female. But like you said as a female with three cubs three yearlings meaning that just over a year about a year and a half old at this point so in those are the most important individuals in a population because those are the ones that ensure the longevity of population that giving birth to the cubs and caring for the cubs for sometimes four years. So she's a very precious jewel. It's really great to hear this notion that the female grizzly is an indicator of overall ecological health. That it's something that we can all feel really hopeful about and proud of. It just doesn't feel like. I hear about that very often when it comes to the environment or the climate of course not every interaction between humans and bears is as successful. What do you think we should keep in mind when it comes to encounters with grizzly bears or with black bears for that matter. Yeah i think mostly to remember that. These bears are just making their way through life and trying to lead an honest honorable life as a bear right and that all means acquiring food. It all means looking after your young weaken lot of people can relate to raising three kids like she's doing in the cell cooks and just imagine the pressure as a bad. When you've got to find food every day to feed not just yourself but three hungry mouths and these guys eat a lot you know so i think looking at things from that perspective and understanding. That is really key. Starting point couple of other tips is make noise you know. Don't go silently through the woods especially in grozny backcountry. Don't hike alone at doernen. Dusk is always a good idea to have a hiking partner was or someone camp with you and then make sure you cash food. Countless examples of barron countless where people are are when of bears trying to access human food because they can't resist the smell of fatty foods that that craving you know so make it unavailable. Cashier food fifteen feet off the ground but in a dry bag. Carry a caribbean and a rope or parachute cool to do this and become good at and again. It's like one of those it's like. I said viable skill. You know it's it's awesome to get into and keep your distance. You know always important to keep your distance is that women in yellowstone. that was. i think she's in the process of being fined for the behavior but she'd stepped off a car to the side of the road. There was a female with cubs grizzly bears there and she wanted to get a photograph with her phone and she pulled the phone out the grizzly charge towards her and it was a very real charge and probably got that woman's heart pounding but she was too close to the grizzly they have a perfect personal buffer space. That that you need to respect and then back to understand them anyone would behave that way if they thought that kids who are at risk right. That's what i was thinking. This woman's poses a risk to my kids will. What are you gonna do. you're gonna react. That woman was lucky in that case it was a real very real charge but we call him bluff charges because he didn't actually end up in an attack but keeping distance and being mindful of how these these guys operate is really really important. Okay well i have to ask though. I mean you go out and look for bears on purpose and.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on Seattle Now

"Hey there good morning. It's patricia murphy. It's thursday this is seattle now in its own way. The pandemic has left. Its mark on all of us and some people are choosing to make that mark. Indelible business is booming for tattoo artists. In a minute. More on what people are inking. And why but first. Let's get you caught up it's dry. Wildfires are flaring up across the state and now governor. Inslee has made it official. Washington is in a drought emergency water. Supply in parts of the state is projected to be below seventy. Five percent of average tuesday's declaration allows the state to take steps to address drought hardships for farmers and protect public water supplies. Water storage is making a difference for seattle tacoma and everett though cities were the only parts of the state not included in the declaration commissioners at the port of seattle to permanently ban the use of facial recognition for law enforcement and mass surveillance. That's any biometric. Technology within the port of seattle facilities including seattle tacoma international airport geekwire reports. The band doesn't apply when people opt into a system like clear which uses facial recognition to expedite travel and former seahawk. Richard sherman will make an appearance in court. Today he's been in the king county. Jails since wednesday morning redmond. Police say he tried to force his way into a family members home and then he resisted when officers tried to arrest him. State patrol is investigating sherman for allegedly crashing. His car leaving the scene and suspicion of driving under the influence the pandemic has been brutal. The loss staggering family members neighbors beloved community members. Everyone has a story and some people are telling there's with a new tattoo. Kovic has spurred a fresh wave of new ink here to tell us. More is nikki stoops. She's the seattle tattoo artist who observed the pandemic through the people that sought out her art. Nikki really appreciate your time. Thanks yeah thank you for having me. I'm stoked to talk about this so your job requires you to have close contact with people. Tell me about your experience during the pandemic. oh man. I mean i have Had a lot of clients come in for tattoos whether it be good tattoos because of big change that they've realized during the pandemic but also quite a handful of memorial tattoos also due. To calvin i mean i had someone in my family pass away during covert so there was clients that i cried with and i mean i love tattooing because we get a have a connection and i get this beautiful piece of art that someone has on them forever. That's important to them. And so being able to be the one that got to give that to them was pretty awesome but also of course. It was heartbreaking. Yeah i wanna talk to you about a lot of this because your job is so intimate in some ways. Let's talk about what happens when someone comes in to talk to you about getting a new tattoo totally so usually they'll email me and i'll give me a quick rundown of what exactly they're looking for. They'll tell me if it's a memorial tattoo and exactly like what they're wanting to get done and then it's my job to turn the idea into a vision. One of the tattoos that i can get into. This guy is father passed away and his father was working on a nineteen seventy chevy. I believe just like his whole life but never quite finished it. So the tap two was on his chest over his heart. And it was kind of an illustrative version of his dad chilling in the car with like cubs hat on and some palm trees behind him. Just like a super beautiful tattoo. So of course i had to collaborate with him. A bunch on exactly the specifics of what his dad looked like in the features. Yeah and i mean i definitely to bunch of nurses to and the tattoos weren't exactly covert related. But they were tattoos that represented of them kind of pushing through this and like being just like a fighter because they've gone through a bunch of stuff so kind of a memory of everyone that they've had to work with but also everything that they've been through so when people come in. Are you finding that. They're there to get relief to get weight off their shoulders. What are you noticing about your clients. People have definitely been like. I've been through something hard. Like i need something because i don't know if you've ever heard of tattoo therapy but it's a real thing and let's be real we've all been through it so people are trying to just get something to to remember. I guess helped me understand. Tattoo therapy what does that mean. So people either get tattoos on not just because its cool art. What a lot of times for stuff that. They've been through in their life for hard trials or changes. But yeah there's a lot of times they'll just kind of let it out on the blake. I don't know why i'm telling you all this. And i'm like hey that's what i'm here for. I love the art. But i love being able to to give that to people to while the pandemic has fueled more demand for tattoos. The art form has been around for more than five thousand years. Scientists even found them on egyptian mummies. These are living symbols that tell a story a way for people to process life events. We talked to dr deborah davidson to help explain that connection. She's tattooed sociologist. at york. university in toronto debra. What is it about a permanent marking. That's fundamental to humans. You said the key word it marks. It marks our experiences as embodied because it is on the body of the body. It's permanent for a pandemic tattoo. I mean a twenty year old might get a tattoo Related to the pandemic and then sixty years later be able to share that living history with their grandchildren. That longevity is a really important piece of this. Why does something like a pandemic move people to get tattooed so i definitely found a relationship between tattoos and trauma and similarly. We've seen an increase in such type of tattooing after hurricane katrina. We know of the semi colon tattoos for awareness and de stigmatization of depression. Tattoos after sexual assault are not uncommon and Tattoos are used for covering surgical scars.

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Western Heat Wave Virtually Impossible Without Climate Change, Researchers Say

The Dori Monson Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Western Heat Wave Virtually Impossible Without Climate Change, Researchers Say

"When we had our record heat a few days ago, I turned to our friend Cliff, Mass. University of Washington, professor of Atmospheric Science and Cliff told us that if global warming played any role, it was minimal because temperatures have gone up about one degree over 70 years. These were temperatures 40 45 degrees. Above normal. So if anything, climate change contributed to about one degree out of this record, heat will imagine my shock surprise and I When I saw the Seattle Times a couple days ago, and their headline read without climate change record Pacific Northwest Heat wave would have been near impossible, researchers say. So I don't know who to believe. Sound times or Cliff Mass. I doubt if the Times will come on with me. So I got Cliff Mass on to talk about this. Good afternoon, sir. Good afternoon. Okay, so the cell times is directly contradicts because two days Prior to their story on the cliff, Mass Weather blog. You asked if global warming was the cause of the great heat wave and you said Science says no. So here you're telling us no sometimes is telling us? Yes. What are we to make of all this? Well, you know, you've got to look for where The Seattle Times got this information. Basically, a group of people got together and put together very rapidly. This report over a few days. And it's basically a political report. And in fact, it gives all kinds of advice about global warming. But people must do. But if you read the report itself, which I didn't detail its base, it's essentially flawed. And in fact It's not even consistent internally. Um, the headline says, Oh, this thing could never have happened without global warming. Then you read inside the report you say they say, Well, it could have happened, but by by random chance it could have happened by natural processes.

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Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

"Seattle Children's Hospital are more than twice as likely. Have security called to their rooms. If they're black, it's a racial divide in the use of what Children's calls Code purple more from comas. Corwin take Seattle Children. Staff members invoke Code purple if they need a security guard to report to a patient's room in response to unsafe or threatening behavior, either by the patient or often by a parent. A Seattle Times investigation finds Code purple is invoked more than twice as often for black patients than for white patients. It's a form of institutional racism. That in part, led to the resignation of Dr Ben Danielson as medical director of the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, part of the Seattle Children's System, Danielson tells KCTS Seattle Children's own assessment revealed the disparity a decade ago, finding that security was just proportionately called on families based on the color of their skin. 10 years ago and then sitting on that there's a tacit acceptance and since there's a complicity of like, Yeah, we know this and we're not gonna do anything about it. A Seattle Children's spokesperson acknowledges the issue. Telling the Times systemic and institutional racism exists across our healthcare system and Children's is not immune. The spokesperson ads The hospital's goal is to eliminate the code purple disparity altogether.

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Boeing puts up for sale its Commercial Airplanes headquarters campus outside Seattle

America in the Morning

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Boeing puts up for sale its Commercial Airplanes headquarters campus outside Seattle

"Estate footprint. The company says its commercial airplanes headquarters in Renton Is up for sale more from Cuomo's Corwin Hate in Boeing's heyday as a local company, the old Long acres campus was the nerve center of its power and influence. Now, The Seattle Times reports, the 215 acre campus is officially on the market. The potential sale comes as no surprise, Boeing said six months ago it might sell the property and many other local sites in what President Greg Smith described As a thorough review of the company's real estate holdings were reviewing every piece of real estate. Every building every lease every warehouse every sight to look at how we can be more efficient, Smith said last October, the pandemic has helped Boeing understand it is possible for local executives to work remotely. Still, the potential sale is sure to reignite questions about whether Boeing plans to further shrink its presence in the Puget Sound area. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. It's 704.

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Seattle area's city of Redmond offers to 'pay' tourists to visit

Seattle Now

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle area's city of Redmond offers to 'pay' tourists to visit

"Week we learned. The city of redmond is trying to entice people to visit by paying them. Thanh vinh is here. He's the food writer for the seattle times. Thanh how much is the city of redmond paying to visit right now. Or i think a hundred dollars but i need more than that. You're off to a good start this friday. Thanh this is true. The city is promising. Package deal to people who put two nights at participating hotel you get one hundred bucks to spend at a local business.

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Sheriff under fire after calling 911 on a ‘threat’ — a Black man delivering newspapers in Seattle area

News, Traffic and Weather

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Sheriff under fire after calling 911 on a ‘threat’ — a Black man delivering newspapers in Seattle area

"Has emerged in which Troyer Sought help while off duty to calls of elements in common as CO most Corwin Headache, explaining this 911 call placed last November, Troyer asks the dispatcher to send officers to his location into comas, North end people breaking into my car and got a little skirmish with 911 Audio is courtesy of the Seattle Times, Troyer told the dispatcher. Black men in Puffy Jackets had his wallet, but during a struggle, he was able to get it back. By the time Troyer called 911. The suspects were gone. They're gonna come back, but I just got one years. Officers arrived but found no suspects. They declined to file a police report. The incident has come to light in the wake of a separate 911 call Troyer placed in January in which the sheriff said he had cornered a man who either tried to kill him or had threatened to kill him. Troyer phrased it both ways. The man turned out to be a black newspaper carrier on his regular route. That incident has led some to charge Troyer with racism and call for his resignation. Troyer has denied race played any role. Corwin HEADACHE Cuomo News Democratic Party leaders in Tacoma

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Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

"So did the Seattle Times and the Foster Garvey law firm other local companies received under $10. We're talking about two beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program or from Cuomo's. Corwin, Take Pee. Pee Pee, designed to bolster companies and prevent mass layoffs has pumped as much as $11 billion into King Pierce and Snohomish County's since the program began. According to the P P p database, 86 companies in the three counties received loans in the 5 to $10 million range, preserving half a million jobs. Some of the loans, though, seemed to bear no relationship to jobs. The database claims of $5 million plus loan to it's a quad based evergreen restaurant group preserved 500 jobs. But it also says a similar loan to Seattle based co Imagine Health preserved zero jobs. Meanwhile, hundreds of businesses received P P p payments of under $150,000 most of them well under that amount, for example, and every beauty salon received $229 an amount the database claims preserved One job Corwin Hague Co. Moh news SOMEONE news time 604 and coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, seeking

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Seattle Times Report: Washington state homelessness increased 6.2%

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00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Times Report: Washington state homelessness increased 6.2%

"You know. Times reporting this weekend at Washington State reported an increase in homelessness of 6.2% between 2019 and 2020, the third largest increase among all 50 states. 2020 annual homeless assessment report from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reported that homelessness grew by more than 2% across the country over the same

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Expect lower speed limits on Aurora and other state-owned streets in Seattle

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Expect lower speed limits on Aurora and other state-owned streets in Seattle

"Speed limits on Aurora Avenue, North Lake City Way and other state owned streets that run through Seattle or being lowered by five MPH cruise begin installing 150 knew and in some cases larger signs along state roadway Sunday, bringing the highest speed that drivers are permitted to travel in the city down to 40 MPH. With the exception of I five I 90 and highway 99 inside the tunnel. According to the Seattle Times. New Sign it. John Aurora is expected by mid

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Seattle City Council Considers Easing Up Restrictions for Small Businesses

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council Considers Easing Up Restrictions for Small Businesses

"Should Seattle small business owners be allowed to operate retail stores out of their home garage is a new city ordinance would make it possible, at least temporarily. We get more from Cuomo's Corwin hate, the proposed law would give a temporary okay to a pandemic practice that's already going on informally. For example, Caitlin Bram wanted to open a tasting room for her product. Yonder cider. When Cove it made that move impractical. She began selling cans and bottles out of her Greenwood garage. The Seattle Times reports. When a neighbor objected, she campaigned the city to allow it. Bram address the City Council in any small businesses appearing exciting thing. Yet I'm so thankful to the committee for considering bills that could make it just a little bit more achievable provokes the BRINGING businesses. Home Bill would allow garage based retail stores to obtain city permits so long as they don't violate the health code or any other safety laws. The bill notes. These would be temporary zoning modifications allowed on Lee during the pandemic.

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Seattle City Council candidate was charged with assault, harassment after 2015 confrontation

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle City Council candidate was charged with assault, harassment after 2015 confrontation

"City Council candidates arrest several years ago has come to light as we hear from Kemal's Bill O'Neill. The Seattle Times reports. Mike McQuaid was charged with harassment in 2015 police report shows McQuaid became upset with some landscape working outside of his Wesley condo. And got into an argument with a man there. That led to McQuaid, threatening the man with a saw and throwing a rock at him, but quite agreed to a deferred prosecution. Gross misdemeanor charges were dismissed in 2018 after he served a year probation. He also spent 24 hours is part of a work crew. Cueto is running for council Position eight, which is currently held by Theresa Mosqueda tells the times what happened frightened him. He says he would have avoided the situation. If he had to do it over again and wishes he could take what happened back.

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Seattle Public Schools will settle lawsuit with former athletic director for $400,000

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Public Schools will settle lawsuit with former athletic director for $400,000

"Seattle Public schools settles lawsuit with former athletic director Erik McCurdy was fired in 2018. The Seattle School Board approved the settlement agreement on Wednesday. The district will pay $133,000 while it's insurance company will pay the rest of the $400,000 settlement. The Seattle Times reports. McCurdy was fired after he was the subject of a harassment complaint from a former district employees that employees received a half million dollars settlement from the district in October of that year. Cordy claim the district's decision was based on incomplete information and

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Court blocks release of records about Seattle cops in Washington, DC on Jan. 6

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Court blocks release of records about Seattle cops in Washington, DC on Jan. 6

"Ruling is temporarily stopped the city of Seattle from naming six SPD officers who attended that Trump rally that preceded the U. S Capitol attack go most, Corwin Hank explains. The officers requested and were granted a temporary injunction to prevent the city from releasing their names in response to a public records request filed by Cuomo News and others. Geneva. Taylor with the Office of Police Accountability, says SPD has suspended at least two of those officers but otherwise is tight lipped. I can tell you is that it is being investigated. The officer's attorney says. None were involved in the Capitol attack. The Seattle Times reports. The restraining order is good until a second hearing on March 10th. That's when a King County Superior Court judge will decide whether to lift the injunction or make it permanent.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on KOMO

"Best to clean up the mess, but there are still some tricky spots. Mostly stole is taking a closer look at the situation on 205th and Edmonds. This was one spot on Friday they saw them hit hard with some de icer mix at the intersection because that was the concern. A lot of people heading out of these Neighborhoods coming down these hills onto the main arterials that are pretty clear but the side streets still a slushy, sloppy, slippery messes You can see walking around, even you got to take it slow into coma. The streets are generally passable. But there are some challenges as CO most in East Whitaker discovered here on South D Street. You can see that even though this is quite a hill, a number of drivers have been able to make their way up and down the street. But then what they've left behind, obviously are kind of bands of snow up there, people Kind of following in the same tire tracks. All of that snow has to eventually go somewhere as our temperatures heat up and as the rain continues to fall, and so that is where we're gonna end up with an issue of all of that, Having to come down into these storm drains. There's some good news for people in Seattle crews have cleared at least one lane in each direction. Of every arterial in the city. Most neighborhood streets that remain icy and slushy. Dawn Schellenberg with the Seattle Department of Transportation explains. Their priorities really do just focus on those critical arterial streets. We don't plow the residential streets are the alley and again bus riders should expect delays more than 20 Metrobus is got stalled over the weekend. Some will require maintenance. Homo news time. Seven await Sound Transit is facing a big budget shortfall in CEO Peter Rogoff is urging the board to find new money and identify cost reductions. We get more on this from Kemal's Carleen Johnson. It's either a shortfall of 11.5 billion if you assume the federal government turns loans into grants or otherwise, it's a $15 billion shortfall. The cost of Landis skyrocketed. There are some issues with soupy soil and a projected $6 billion reduction in tax revenue due to the economic blow of the pandemic. The Seattle Times reports. The shortage was revealed last month and now board members facing tough decisions to close the budget gap. DeLay promised projects raise taxes. Ask the feds for more money. And it will help. If Congress passes another round of covert relief money. The agency would get some of that sound transit received 346 million last year. Carleen Johnson come on New, many property owners in Pierce County are going to see their taxes increase again more from Cuomo's Eric Heights. The assessor treasurer's office is property taxes Countywide will see a 4.8% increase over 2020. Highest tax increase from last year was in White River or property saw an increase in value of 10.7% to coma. Property owners will experience the smallest tax increase on Lee $40 on the average home. Some area saw a decrease in property taxes, including ordering, which will see a reduction in taxes of 3.7%, Eric I. It's coma News. At least three people were hurt in an RV fire in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood. One woman is in critical condition. A man is says stable at the hospital. No confirmation of the cause. But the Seattle Fire Department says many people who live in RVs may not be able to use safe materials to stay warm during the cold snap, and that, in turn could spark a fire Co Moh news times 7 10, Now the Beacon plumbing sports desk for an update with Tom Hustler, Washington's men's basketball team, wrapping up three games in five days they had across the state for the second meeting of the Boeing Apple Cup series at Washington State. The Huskies have dropped five in a row. Look who's coming off a loss to USC Saturday. Coach Mike Hopkins says he continues to search for more energy from his players. What we just Yeah. You just gotta put your camp sorry. Give energy those air game winning plays, Hustle plays diving on the floor. Those of the place that create that energy to time. Five o'clock from Pullman kooks favored by 7.5, Washington and Washington State women's basketball, both losing in the desert. Yesterday, Arizona beat the Huskies 77 53, Arizona State knocked off Washington State 67 61. In case you missed it. Over the weekend, the big Maple left hander James Paxton, returning to the Mariners, the 32 year old lefty except a one year except, say, one year $8.5 million deal with incentives that could put him at about 10 million. He pitched for the Mariners from 2013 to 2018. And in 2018 may of that month, you may remember on his home soil in Toronto, Canada. It's a no hitter, Jordan Speaketh couldn't complete the quest for his first win since the 2017 British Open and instead after leading heading into the third round, saw his two shot lead, go to Eve. Three shot deficit after just six holes and Daniel Berger and with an eagle on number, 18 shot a 75 65. They gave him a two shot win at the Pebble Beach Pro Am Sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Butler Come on Who's Come on news time. 7 12. We're beginning to see another concerning development in the Corona virus pandemic. ABC is Mona Co star. Abdi has the latest growing concerns about variants of the Corona virus, The New York Times reports. Doctors have now found seven variants of the virus that originated in the US spotlighting the urgent need for better tracking of cases and mutations. All of these various had the same exact mutation. That could just be a coincidence. But some researchers are worried that could this mean that the virus is getting smarter and adapting. Until now, scientists have been studying mutations discovered in other countries like the South African strain, which is more resistant to vaccines and the UK Varian, which is more contagious and therefore be more deadly than absolute risk. Is still low. They compare two groups, so it's still too early to saves more deadly, but it's certainly more contagious. It comes amid a major drop in overall cases across the country about 71,000 new infections were reported yesterday compared to last month, when the country saw more than 225,000 daily cases. As a result, more states are easing restrictions in Minnesota dining capacity has been increased to 50% extending hours that eating establishments and bars could be open. We're expanding some of those capacities up to 250 in Washington. State gyms and movie theaters are now open in nearly every county, Iowa in Montana have lifted mask mandates, and New York is opening sports arenas. But the head of the CDC is warning Americans now is not the time to let our guard down. We're nowhere out of the woods. And as you know, if we relax these medications strategies with increasing transmissible variants out there. We could be in a much more difficult spots and in the race to vaccinate new frustrations this Morning. A major vaccination site in San Francisco is the latest to close because of a lack of supply. Monaco's are Abdi ABC NEWS New York People from Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri, even as far away as California jumped the line for covert 19 shots in Illinois over the weekend. A B C's can't Martin is in ST Louis officials in Belleville and so then Illinois say people shared emails for registration of the covert 19 vaccination site this weekend health care workers and people 65 older We're supposed to receive their shots first, but nearly 80 per Some of the hundreds who showed up with the site were from out of state. Even a 12 year old was registered. Anyone who did not qualify was turned away. But it's still a resulted in delays at the site. Officials have changed the enrollment process to make sure it doesn't happen again. Kent Martin, ABC NEWS ST Louis, speaking of enrollment, you can sign up again for Obama care today, if you want to. The Department of Health and Human Services has decided to reopen insurance enrollment on healthcare dot Gove. President Biden announced earlier this year that his administration would allow Americans have lost their jobs and the employer based.

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"the seattle times" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"the seattle times" Discussed on The big d zone

"Okay this is prince dj. And i thought. I will go ahead and do wild card weekend ahead of time. Thankfully that much for And won't be until you know the regular playoff that the though be much for 'cause we got dea you know all the divisional around the champion of both the afc and inner city But yeah so. This is wild card weekend and again. I want to apologize for being late for the week. Seventeen s you may have known already. I lost someone who i mentored and with almost like a brother to me when i lived in the northeast. And it's been very very hard on me this past week. I have been doing nothing but resting sleeping straw that i had to. You know figure out why the the ceo made the wrong choice yet again. I mean this was the first time that i did that. The made on choices. And i mean why didn't hold people that does things in you know. Keep people that either. Can't do anything or want to do something by hand because of the situation on money. Why keep them here. Why why i mean. I'm just baffled. Just baffled my mind but anyway so let's go ahead and do before something else happened We'll go ahead and do wild card weekend and some of my top five picks a couple of my top by pick at made it into the wildcard Now i'm still surprised. In in the steelers pittsburgh steelers making in after the back all the last few weeks and they made it onto wildcard. They're playing sunday night. They made the wild wildcard. But i had no problem that i knew that the taints was going to make it in and also washington was going to make it in. I had no doubt that the seahawks was gonna make an deathly after that crazy win on weekdays and eighteen buffalo bills definitely made in and we only have one team that being lay in a playoff boya trying to win everything come on now already won the basketball for last year and now the now title in football too i mean come on. They're really greedy. Wow hence name greed anyway all right now. There's three days three teen the three teen that three games on saturday and then three games on sunday. So one of my team in the regular playoff. I don't see my official teams One of the team isn't let me see if i could go ahead and fi. Who then the divisional playoff on on all kansas city has the by or not. I can't get any information on that. I cannot get any information on that. There's no information crap. I'm going to have to wait until the wildcard gets played out. Because see what i liked about. Nfl dot com. They played all the schedules. And i can read it off in that time are able to make my picked. But i'm going to have to wait until de wild card weekend played out so i could get all the other team now. I know kansas city have to be in but in again thought all told the enemy of the state offering because they won their game but they're in the playoffs so Anyway so let's get on with the I'm a do d. Cadidates i will did. The game may nine so Dead the twelfth 1205 game with the cbs. Three forty four forty game which is a flock in fifteen game with the mvp. Of course they only tat the night game so the game winding down and a toy to the game doubling down. So let's start with the the first game. And i pick on the who i think is going to go on and gone to the Divisional playoff round or even one of the. Yeah the divisional playoff now. We had the indianapolis colts. I buffalo bills. I'm going to go after that crazy win. That buffalo had the on week seventeen. I think buffalo's gonna make it. I think buffalo's gonna make it through to the next part of the play all. Yeah that's what i believe. I believe that will make it onto the next part of the playoff. Don't ask pick. I will not take greed to make the playoffs against seattle. I will pick the atl to make it to the playoffs. Due to the divisional brown. I'm gonna go just pick sunday night. Pick laugh because this is the hard pick for me. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna throw this pick for laugh because we had to good team and both of them have been going the whole season. I mean the whole even even even with things going on. So i'm gonna go with that laugh. Okay now. the sunday's game are of course puello Twelve five espn espn espn plus and then Free ten cspan form what of that anyway anyway. Espn channels. it's gonna be. Espn game that day. So they got that Twelve five game. It's gonna be a good the baltimore baltimore. Ravens versus the tennessee titan. And that's going to be another difficult game. Oh wow this really makes it hard on on me. What baltimore has experience but tennessee has bottle been winning. And that's why why they're there where they are. Now i may bite myself in the tail and go. Tennessee is gonna is gonna tape baltimore on. This might bite myself on this one. But i'm gonna go.

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