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Nets Finish Round One of NBA Playoffs Over Celtics

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Nets Finish Round One of NBA Playoffs Over Celtics

"By closing out Boston in five games, and that's when it won 23 19. Phoenix beat the Lakers and they take a three games to two lead in their MBA first round series after a 1 15 85 win and the Denver Nuggets took a three games to two lead by beating Portland. 1 47 1 40 in double overtime sports attended 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler, Come on, Who's Moderna

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Russia to Form 20 New Military Units in West

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Russia to Form 20 New Military Units in West

"Tom Cutler following these stories, Russia's defense minister says the military will for 20 new units in the country's West this year to counter what he described as a growing threat from NATO. Defense Minister Sergei Show you on Monday, pointing at a growing number of flights by U. S strategic bombers, deployments of NATO warships near Russia's borders and

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Here's Tom Cutler. JP Crawford had three hits, center fielder Kyle Lewis said. Right fielder Mitch Hanniger made some great catches to save runs, and Seattle hung on to beat Oakland for three in the middle game of their three game series last night in the Bay Area. The victory went to Paul Seawall, but in his third big league start, Logan Gilbert went for endings. Is against the Rangers Starting tomorrow night. The Connecticut son suffer their first loss of the WN BA season last night in overtime. An angel of the winds Arena as a Seattle storm win it by a score of 90 to 87. The sun playing without their coach, Kurt Miller, who was fined $10,000 and suspended for a game by the league for making a disparaging remark to a referee Sunday about the weight Las Vegas aces player Liz Cambage. The Seahawks continue with organized team activities such as They are, with many players staying away from camp because of covert concerns. There has been off season drama between the club and quarterback Russell Wilson about whether or not he wants to stay in Seattle and Higher level. The same concerns in Green Bay surrendered quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He has made it plain. He's not happy in Green Bay, but his coach Matt Leflore, says Rogers knows how the team feels about him. Aaron definitely knows how we feel about him. You know how How he's such an important part to our football team. You know, we're just going to continue to try toe work through this and hopefully get him back in the building at some point sports instead of 40 Path, the tower Tom Cutler, Come on Who's 5 42 right now, and we'll see it was happening in traffic in the update The weather forecast for you have next on the comb. Oh, morning. What's better than faves on the radio babes in your kid's hands right now, she says. Milkshakes for 3 99 or left all the goodies like chocolate.

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05:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Her 13 year old son. When the shooting started, I looked at my mother in law, and I'm like, Where's Gavin? Where's Gavin? They were reunited, and both are okay. Two men were wounded. One of them is out of the hospital. Already. Police believe they knew the shooter who is still on the run. 14 people were arrested in Seattle during May Day demonstration Saturday, which turned destructive. Here's comas, Michelle Esteban police say Those arrests include a wide range of crimes such as assault, property destruction, even reckless driving. Group march from Capitol Hill through downtown and then back again, Officers say the protesters threw rocks, water bottles and paint filled eggs that officers there were also lit flares thrown into the busy roadway was also volatile in Portland, where police declared our riot downtown Saturday night. Say Mayday protests remained peaceful through the day, but it was after dark, The things turned dangerous. The trial continues today for a never at man accused in the brutal beating death of a woman in 2019. Almost Carleen Johnson has more 31 year old Jemele. Alexander is on trial and Snohomish County for the first degree murder of Shana Bruhn in October. 2019. He admits he paid her for sex on the night of October 11th but denies the killing. Bruins naked, crushed body was found in the woods near an apartment complex off 1/16 and 99. A murder described in court papers as an over killed. Injuries were devastating in nature with broken bones, soft tissue damage and swelling of the brain ever held reports during opening statements Friday, the defense Argued race played a role in Alexander's arrest because he's black and the victim's white. But the prosecution points to evidence including surveillance cameras from a nearby store, where Alexander is seen looking down at a red stain on his shoe. Vans with a pattern that match the shoe prints all over the victim's body, which had also been gouged with thorns. Witness testimony continues today. Carleen Johnson Co Moh news Live there Albert Davis Park in Lake City or demanding action from the city. Within 24 hours, there was a double shooting and then a fiery explosion there. Neighbors blamed the homeless encampment in the park, which has grown during the pandemic. They can't pass to be removed. We need Tomo clean the part we need to repair the damages that have been done and allow our community to heal. But the city of Seattle says encampment removal has been limited because of the pandemic. And right now there were no plans to remove that camp at Albert Davis Park, an 85 year old Puyallup man is accused of shooting his son's girlfriend in the stomach. Son told police That happened yesterday when he and his father got into an argument about an upcoming doctor's appointment. The son says he went outside to do yard work in a short time later, his girlfriend was crawling out of the home critically injured. Father was arrested. It's he's believed to suffer from dementia. Come on Who's times 709? Puyallup Police are looking for a 42 year old man who apparently tried to stab his younger brother. This happened yesterday morning after the two got into an argument at their home near 13th Street, Southeast and 23rd Avenue southeast. The older brother had reportedly barricaded himself inside the home, but at some point got out. And it's still on the run. Well, they say someone is shooting crows in Mountlake Terrace and possibly other cities in the area. Not like terrorist police have 12 active cases of dead crows. This apparently started happening in February. Come on his time, 7 10. Now to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Here's Tom Hudler. Lefty Justice. Sheffield endured some early control problems but settled down to allow just two hits over six innings, leading the Mariners to a two. Nothing win over the Los Angeles Angels yesterday. Seattle takes a series two games to one. Manager Scott Service. Nice, serious win their You know, our guys continue to really Battle and compete. You know, it's just that they liked the competition. And you know the highlighted today by what Chef was able to do. Um, you know that all kinds of traffic the first couple innings and he just did not give it. He kept trying to make pitch after pitch Seattle since a game of hide Oakland for first in the American League, West said Baltimore comes into open a three game series tonight. Soccer. A three nil win by the Sounders last night, moves them to the top of the MLS Western Conference table as a pair of goals from Raul Ruiz Diaz and another from Brad Smith, who had an assist on one of those Ruidiaz goals, secured three points over the Galaxy to improve to two wins, no losses and a draw. CNN remains unbeaten so far this season. And have not lost to the galaxy in the last five MLS matches they'll take on Portland in the Rose City in a Cascadia Cup match Sunday. Also in soccer, the Washington men's team advancing to the sweet, sweet 16 of the N C. A a tournament with a two Nothing one of her Grand Canyon yesterday in North Carolina. They play Missouri State Thursday. Sports Instead of 40 past each hour, Tom Cutler come on. Shaquille O'Neal's son is on his way to Houston shook here. O'Neill is the youngest son of the basketball Hall of Famer and has committed to play for Texas Southern University, made the announcement of Social Media. He's a shooting guard at Creekside Christian Academy in Georgia. Head coach at T S U was an assistant at Louisiana State when Shaquille O'Neal played there and secure his older brother is a forward at L s U there was a deadly accident so during a suspected human smuggling operation off the coast of San Diego over the weekend received a report of a 40 ft troller ground. Multiple persons in the water. The ship with at least 30 people onboard crashing into a reef capsizing is rocks ripped the boat apart. Oh my gosh! Christ, sending more than two dozen people flying into the water, at least four dying and one in critical condition. Customs and Border Patrol calling this a smuggling operation Since 2000 and nine authorities in Southern California have caught more than 6500 people entering the U. S.

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Update: The NCAA Final Four Is Taking Shape

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Update: The NCAA Final Four Is Taking Shape

"Is taking shape after last night's action in Indianapolis. The Zags they're going to play tonight. But let's talk about what happened last night, first of all, top seed Baylor a number to Houston the first two teams to move into the final four after their victories. The Bears reaches semis for the first time since 1950 by beating Arkansas 81 72. Houston advances after beating Oregon State 67 61 Oregon State's dream run finally comes to an end tonight. Number one seed Michigan faces you see L. A. That is preceded by overall number one seed Gonzaga and USC. Gonzaga Senior Corey Chris kissed for the All American from King's High school is asked about the challenges facing us feed a U. S. C. S Defense in the paint. Those Mobley brothers could protect the room and they're really good at it. And It's gonna take a huge effort from us on offense in order to get the percentages that we're used to having around the rim, you know, in their reason why they've had the best two point percentage On defense in the country is because those guys are so good at what they do to above it for 15, his eggs favored by nine and women's action, you comics 1/13 straight Final four trip of the women's tournament after they beat number two. Baylor 69 67 are a McDonald, who played for the Huskies, originally in her career before transferring to Arizona led the Wildcats into the final four after being Arizona 66 53. That's her first trip to the Final four. Manners wrapped up Cactus League play with a 55 tie against Cincinnati. A Good year ballpark yesterday, so I'll open the regular season Thursday. Seven 11th pitch against San Francisco Sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler Comma News Come on news time. 5

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Religious-based coronavirus vaccine conspiracies circulating online

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Religious-based coronavirus vaccine conspiracies circulating online

"Of speech, freedom to practice religion, both pillars of American democracy. But those two freedoms have come together on social media in a way that may threaten to spread misinformation about the covert 19 vaccine. Reporting on this in The Washington Post is Elizabeth Dwoskin. She spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler. We've heard the bogus claims about microchips and vaccines for months now, But when did that claim and others start to target Christian communities online? Um, well, it's been it's been targeting Christian community is all year really? And but one of them more. Kind of Interesting aspect of this is how some of these conspiracy theories that you may have heard have blended into religious thought, particularly Samora, apocalyptically minded meanies that believe in the end times and you may have seen on Facebook. People talking about how the vaccine contains the mark of the beast, which is a passage relates to a passage from revelations. Um, amount. Facebook has said that they have banned list and in response to my increase Tic tac is so that they banned that hashtag. But it raises a lot of questions around religion, because when I spoke to a lot of people who put off this miss operation, they said that they were just raising questions. It was really just discussion they wanted to have. And actually, you see all over YouTube. On other sites. You see a lot of religious leaders in this country, leaders of churches and ministries trying to debate is that the mark of the beast and so you don't want to throw out the baby with the bathwater. Um In the kind of in his conversation. What about you reporting your piece here that the pope is in favor of Catholics getting the vaccine and other prominent religious leaders have said the same thing. Our social media influencer is getting Maura traction than the pope. Yeah, In some cases. Yeah, That's a really good question, because you have Certain very prominent religious leaders, including a prominent practice leader and the pope. Who, when I had Dr Baxter wanted to get the vaccine publicly, you know to really help this promotion effort. And yet you have combating against it. This tide of misinformation in the rank and file and it is a good question of whether of these leaders. World religious leaders will because they have a lot of authority, you know, and for people who are religious, they're going to have more authority may have more authority in public health organizations. It's from within. Your own community that you can be swayed and I think that's a Really interesting question of whether these religious leaders, combined with the actions of the tech companies make a difference or whether some of these beliefs have already kind of percolated unchecked for the last year. On social media and in many churches around the country. I really wish we had more time to talk about. This is a fascinating piece, and I would urge listeners to take a look at Washington Post Comets By Elizabeth Dwoskin Elizabeth. Thanks so much for your time

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05:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Desk with Tom Cutler. Spring training begins for Major League baseball players next week and also getting under way. Major League Soccer and LS players agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement. So the preseason is scheduled to begin February 22nd among the new faces for the Sounders goaltender Spencer Richie, a former husky who talked about why he wanted to play in Seattle. You know, it's always been a dream since I was a kid to come back and play for this club. I grew up going the Sonics Games and Mariners games and you name it. The MLS regular season begins April 3rd, Speaking of baseball, America's yesterday announced they'd signed right hander Taylor Guerrieri to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training. They're hoping they can unlock the As yet untapped potential that Tampa Bay saw in him when they drafted him in the first round in 2011. Yeah, the Seattle Storm signed free agent W. NBA veteran Candace Dupri. Leagues fifth leading all time score but also said goodbye to veteran Crystal Langhorne, who announced her retirement and finally Marty Schottenheimer, the father of until recently, the Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has died at the age of 77 after a battle with Alzheimer's, he'd been placed in Hospice care. In January he had over 200 NFL victories. Want to just eight coaches to reach that mark SPORTS instead of 40 past each hour, Tom Cutler comma news homeowners time 8 11 as more and more people try to get vaccinated against covert 19. A lot of questions are lingering about Securing an appointment or how about vaccinating Children Come Mozambique, Oniy got some answers say Wilbur has two Children and asks this question about vaccinating kids. How are we going to know how it's going to affect those were immune compromised? Here's the answer from Dr Janet England, professor of pediatrics at Seattle Children's Hospital and U Dub. The real question that everyone wants to know is Do immuno compromised. Patients respond well to vaccines, and some of those studies are already ongoing in adults, and I think those air we're going to be very, very important, and once they've been done in adults, I think then they will again moved down to Children. Lori on Facebook writes. Well, those people ready for the second dose be given any priority to schedule trying to get the first was a nightmare. Here's what you did, professor of Medicine and a walled says. My understanding is that second doses are prioritized s O that people are more likely to get their second dose than to be able to get their first house. Pam wants to know if you've secured an appointment have the date and time do you have to be concerned about it? Being canceled shall be looking for another vaccine opportunity. Wild advises people to arrive early. I think you've ahead of appointment. I would just try to keep it. Maybe Kummel early to make sure that they don't run out that they can see you that you can fill out the paperwork before you get vaccinated. All right. Keep your questions about the cover 19 vaccines coming. We're here for you. You can reach out to us on social media at any time. Come on news and at Abbey a Cockney and use the hashtag Ask the experts. Nearly three million Children have tested positive for the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. Just last week, there was an increase in 117,000 cases among kids. ABC News Medical contributor Doctor Ryan Riviera tells us so all the pediatric case count is indeed on the rise. There is a likely explanation of it has to do with the fact that many states report pediatric cases is anyone under the age of 24. In fact, the CDC recently released A pretty in depth report on this phenomenon, and what they found is if you look at patients under the age of 18 and actually tracks pretty closely with a Donald infection rates. It's really that 18 to 24 year old group that has been really grilling since the summer. And so that would kind of imply that you know the opening of great schools. Middle schools probably hasn't had a big impact on infection rates. Homeowners time 8 14 which check traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force from the Newman Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan. Well, good news. It looks like our backups that we've been finding this morning Traveling westbound highway for 10 Approaching 16 72. An earlier crash of now completely cleared out so pretty much smooth sailing through that area. I am seeing some hesitation on South and 167 is your approaching meridian North bound 167. Really only slow at this point of very briefly around Jovita and then again around 2 77. So it's a fairly easy commute toe on that Valley Freeway North bound four or five years still hitting the brake pedal there from 167 through the Newcastle area. We're seeing some lighter, slowing on south and four or five into King in Park South, and 95 is slow and go from the four or five split into Mountlake Terrace and some crowding again as you're coming out of the shoreline area. Northen Eye five. Most of our slowing through Tacoma City Center has cleared out. It is still a busy driving Seattle beginning just south of the West Seattle Bridge and staying with you to the convention center. Our next coma traffic out 8 24 are common forecast from the diversified crawlspace. A Weather center. A partly sunny day headed for a high of 40 Today for tomorrow, partly sunny during the day, but changing overnight the breeze is going to kick up. Did you have a chance of snow starting Wednesday night lows in the mid twenties 40% or so chance of snow on Thursday, and there's a chance to know. Actually, Friday and Saturday. It looks like we could see some Have your snow butts again. Hard to predict in this neck of the woods already starting to see temperatures dropping in the Bellingham area as the beginning of that frigid air from the North starts moving in. It's 27 degrees in Bellingham, 32 in Seattle. Stay connected..

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04:50 min | 1 year ago

"tom cutler" Discussed on KOMO

"Secretary Janet Yellen. Cysts and economy needs to be created that works for everyone. She kicked off a virtual round table with the black chambers of Commerce today, citing the disproportionate impacts of the pandemic on communities of color. The NFL, offering up all 32 stadiums to become mask over 19 vaccination sites that includes Lumen Field here in Seattle. The league sent a letter to the White House NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says each football team would work with local, state and federal health leaders on setting up those sites. President Biden offered his foreign policy vision in a speech at the State Department this week, telling diplomats that he has their backs and that diplomacy is back again. John Hudson covering it for the Washington Post. He spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler, one of the biggest changes in U. S foreign policy is the nation's stance on the war in Yemen. What's the new course of action under President Biden now? Yeah, that's right. So President Biden announced that we would be withdrawing offensive support for the war, Yemen Essentially in terms of details what that means. So far, it means limiting sales of precision guided missiles to Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is obviously been The country, leaving leading a multi coalition bombing campaign in Yemen for several years that has resulted little number of civilian casualties and what the U. N is called The Worst humanitarian career Isis in the world, and, you know, the United States has long been seen as having a sort of black mark on its conscience for being a supporter of that. Coalition effort. It should be pointed out that actually US support started under the Obama administration. It was continued in the Trump administration on now, some of the same people who were in charge of our foreign policy during the Obama years are now bringing it to an end. The real question to see in the further it is, if targeting in all types of assistance that was provided to the Saudis in this war are going to be ended. Some of those details air to come. There's one of the malls being juggling the air them. There are human rights abuses in China, there is they're cool and Myanmar. Political oppression in Russia. Did he address those concerns directly? Hey, did talk about those issues specifically when, in trying to contrast his policies from President Trump's policies. He said that the United States is no longer going to roll over on issues when it comes to Russia. Hey, said it's going to be a strong supporter of The Russian people and not tolerate things like Russia's alleged poisoning of Alexei Navalny, the opposition politician there. It's alleged hacking via solar winds of the United States, federal agencies and its alleged interference of the 2020 election, he said. Those are the types of things that bind administration is gonna push back loudly. John, what's your impression on where he wants to go to? Does he want to chart his own path? Or would he like to get back to what was happening in 2016? Great question. I mean, it looks like the way the way that his foreign policy is going to look is in some ways a continuation of the Obama decision. He wants to get back into the Iran nuclear deal that Trump withdrew from. Hey, want to get into back into a lot of other international organizations that Trump pulled out of mainly being the World Health Organization on getting back into the Paris climate accord? Those two things have been done already. The Iran nuclear deal getting back into that that's gonna be a very heavy list, and there's still a lot of work to do to for the by administration to do that. All right. Great Reporting along with your colleagues in the Washington Post, John, Thanks for being with us. We appreciate your time. John Hudson. You can read the entire piece. Washington post dot com And that's Como's Tom Butler. Thousands of hotel rooms near airports are being booked by the British government is part of a new quarantine rule. For some international travelers. Travelers returning to the UK from nearly three dozen so called red list countries will have to self isolate in government approved hotels for 10 days. Come February, 15th. Foreign Office Minister James Cleverly You need time see prepared. We need time to make sure that this works. That's why we've given the hotel industry and notice to give them time to prepare to train staff and to get there to get their room's ready. Those staying a quarantine hotels will be asked to pay around $110 a night. Tom Rivers. ABC NEWS London The physician at a Russian hospital who first treated a Putin critic after his poisoning last year is suddenly dead. A statement from the hospital in Omsk says the 55 year old doctor died. They didn't mention a cause of death. CNN reports A health ministry spokesperson says the physician died of a mysterious heart attack. But No other information was given. The doctor was in charge of treating the opposition leader Alexei Navalny after he was poisoned by Nova Chuck. Last year. It's 2 28 coma time for our fell. Insurance.

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More than half of Americans increased their credit card debt because of Covid

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:42 min | 1 year ago

More than half of Americans increased their credit card debt because of Covid

"New report that shows more than half of American adults? Added to their credit card debt since March of 2020 credit cards dot com. Industry analyst Ted Rossman takes a closer look at it with Cuomo's Tom Cutler. I would imagine Kobe 19 is playing a pretty significant part of the reason for this debt. Yes, Absolutely. So we found 51% of Americans with credit card debt have added to it since March, 2020. 44% of them. Almost half specifically blamed the pandemic and on the face of it. I'm actually a little surprised. These numbers are not higher, but I think it brings up this case shaped recovery idea. Basically, some people are doing well. They're working from home. They're saving money because they're spending less. They're paying down dead with their stimulus home values up their stocks around. Some people are doing just fine. But then there's the other people that we worry about people that are using their cards to get by, perhaps to sustain them during a period of job loss. Okay. What about when it comes to making at least the minimum credit card payments And I know you advised to make more than that. But for those who are just going to be able to scrape up enough to make them enemies, what about that employment is a really big risk factor here. We found that About two thirds of people in credit card debt, saying that if they can't work now or in the future that would have an effect on their ability to make those minimum payments, 50% said. It would be a major effect, so that was the biggest of anything we asked about. We also asked about the continued surge and covert cases we asked about vaccine availability. We asked about stimulus. Being able to work is the number one thing that comes to people's minds when it comes to their confidence in paying off their credit card debt, And we certainly know about the unemployment numbers. What about overall personal debt close to seven and 10? Say they haven't. That's a lot of people, but that's pretty much unchanged with the past and I would note that some dead is good debt in the sense that it gives you a place to live. It gives you a car to drive around. Improves your earning power through a college education. I mean, not that we love debt, but sometimes it's a necessary tool. I think there's a bit of a silver lining in this finding, which is that People are generally optimistic about being able to pay it off. We found that 64% of debtors think they'll be deaf free within 10 years. It's not really that long in the big picture, and only 7% think they'll die in debt. That's down substantially. It was 30% 3 years ago, so people are actually feeling better and I think it gets back to the fact that you're home values up your stock portfolio is up. There's reasons for optimism. Despite the pandemic. Well,

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U.S. to require negative COVID-19 test for international travelers

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:00 min | 1 year ago

U.S. to require negative COVID-19 test for international travelers

"Once again. Pandemic is altering the way that the world travels starting this month. All international travelers who wish to enter the United States must show proof of a negative Corona virus test. Lori Aratani is covering it for the Washington Post. She spoke with Cuomo's Tom Cutler. We're almost a year into this pandemic. Now, why did it take so long for testing international travelers to become kind of a blanket requirement? It's a combination of things. This is something that the CDC has pushed for for for several months, Eh? So there was some resistance, I think within the administration, there is also the question of whether there were enough tests to be able to do something like this. No. Clearly that's changed. This will greatly expanded testing program that they testing requirement that they had put into place in December for folks that were coming from the UK to now it's any international traveler. Within three days, you'll have to be tested and show proof of a negative. Test. Airlines will also have to verify this before they allow you to

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"The editor's desk on Tom Cutler. President Trump says he opposes violence in a statement read on the House floor as members debate impeaching him for his role in For mething the violence insurrection of the capital last week as writers converged on the capital building. The grounds normally hailed as the seat of American democracy, became a melting pot of extremist groups, militia members, white supremacists, paramilitary organizations. And fanatical supporters of the outgoing president stood shoulder to shoulder unified in rage last week, and we're learning more about the increased security measures that will be in place for President elect Biden's inauguration a week from today, Some of the National Guard protecting the capital will be armed. And there's new, incredibly disturbing intelligence. There's one estimate of more than 10,000 angry Trump's supporters coming to the nation's capital, many of them armed. One scenario brief to Congress involved heavily armed radicals assaulting the capital and potentially other locations like the White House. One reason authorities are worried is that they have identified individuals talking about assassinating politicians. Including Chicago Area man who allegedly had been discussing killing leaders in Washington in order to block Biden's inauguration. I know it sounds crazy, and they're still vetting the credibility of some of these threats, but after last week no one I'm talking to is willing to say it can't happen. This is about to become fortress. Washington Street closures already have started fences. Razor wire are being erected, There will be additional barricades blocking streets, including trucks and bust. The plan is to make it extremely difficult for large masses of people to gather and move quickly. Beyond the National Guard. There will be thousands of police and federal agents to include snipers or rooftops. All this as the FBI and homeland security officials are also consulting with officials and all this nation state capitals. Authorities believe they could make it safe. There are so many people out there so angry and so many with guns. ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas the U. S. Continues to see about 4000 Cova 19 related deaths per day for the last 10 days. On average, one person has died of the virus.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Hunter. The number of Americans looking for unemployment aid fell slightly to 787,000 this week, evidence of a job market stumbling in the face of the viral pandemic and the damage it is inflicted on the economy. Nearly 10 months. Mark Hamrick, senior economic analysts at Bankrate talked about these numbers, which reflect a slight decline for the previous week, but also showed that many employers they're still cutting jobs as the pandemic titans business restrictions and leaves anxious consumers to stay home 42 weeks into the economic downturn related to the pandemic, and we're still seeing historically elevated do claims levels that were Worse than what we saw during of natural crisis and great recession and again 42 weeks into this, it won't be that long until it would have been a year and in the state of Washington we saw week over week increase in 10,000 to 4 30,000 to claim so. The economy may have contracted a bit here in the final quarter of the year. But we know we're also in a journey to a better place. Problem is where we are right now is a place for what a bee Hamrick says Recent developments in Georgia could lead to more stimulus checks. We've gotten one round of new economic relief legislation passed and signed the law as of the end of December on now, the Democrats control the Senate. It's not a political statement on my part is just the economic reality. Between Democrats controlling the White House, the House of Representatives and the Senate. Another round of stimulus legislation is to be expected. That is to help people probably in the second quarter. More information at bankrate dot com Tom Cutler, Come on news. Stay home. Stay.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"7 4008 season with a 90 to 61 win. Over Prairie View and M, which exports to 10 to 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler come on news fewer drivers. You're out on the roads this year because of the pandemic that should have translated into fewer bad crashes, right, But it's not been the case. Como's Carleen Johnson has a close up unimaginable to think of getting that knock on the door that your young daughter or son has been killed in a car crash. But somehow, five days before Christmas, it's all the more wrenching Shelly Baldwin with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. I've heard them talk and the trauma that they face. And it's traumatic no matter what person you are in that crash. You live with that if you're a survivor, and it changes your life forever, and when it's young Children, it's just Oh, it's so heartbreaking crash early Sunday into coma on Marine View Drive, a young team was killed at the scene when the car she was a passenger in slammed into a power pole to other teams were badly injured. Investigators have released no official cause for the crash. But it was one o'clock in the morning and raining fourteens of the car, Baldwin says. Not a good combination. We were to look at the totality of traffic crashes. Maybe 4%. Involved something that was totally unavoidable. These things that can happen right? But 94% of the time. It was a decision that we didn't have to make or that we could have made differently That would have prevented the worst case scenario. 30% of all fatal crashes between 2014 and 16 involved a young driver and during that same time period 83% of fatal crashes involving young drivers. Occurred on wet roadways surfaces. Carleen Johnson Coma news. The last 10 months have brought a lot of anxiety and uncertainty to almost everybody But guilt. Psychologists say. Yeah, Here's NBC's Jim.

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

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"The holiday season is in full swing. And with Shannon Kelly and Tom Cutler, we're gonna talk about matters of the heart today for the second week in a row. Gonna be talking with Dr Cynthia Warner, who is based out of ever right, Shannon and is a cardiologists. That's right, Tom. She's a cardiologists here in Everett with Providence and Dr Warner is on with us doing a cardiac serious because we felt it was really important to talk about these signs and symptoms that you may have. And particularly right now, we're worried that people might be sitting at home with chest pains or things going on in their heart, but are afraid to get attention or go see seek medical attention. Because of covert in the pandemic, But it's safe and we want people. No, don't sit at home with these symptoms. Shannon Kelly and Dr Warner Dr Warner again Thanks for joining us, you're doing a great job, setting up potential heart problems with the treatment of medic. Breast cancer from the different types of medication. You talked about two different types of medications. Maybe you can dive down on that a little bit and talk about how you monitor that from a cardiology standpoint. And maybe ultimate goal and results so from the two types of medication therapies that we talked about on in terms of Herceptin On. They can cause a weakening of the heart muscle on variable in terms of incidents, depending on your risk factors, but can be up to 8%. As well as ah, development of congestive heart failure, which is less but still a risk of up to about 3%. With the Herceptin types of treatments. The symptoms or cardiac events that tend to happen tend to happen during active treatment, but most of them are temporary and reversible with either dozing adjustment. Or temporary cessation of treatment and initiation of cardiovascular agents, the other type of medicine that we talked about or class of medicines or the anthro cyclones, such as the Doctor Robison, otherwise known as Adrian Myson and orange derivatives. And those can have similar types of effects on weakening of the heart muscle ranging all the way to clinical heart failure. The Overall presence of it. Incidents is about the same a little bit less than the Herceptin. However, the effects can last longer and be more permanent in either case for both types of medications. Really important as we mentioned before to get baseline and monitor want her heart function and overall heart health both during and after treatment. On been creating a like I said, Multi Justin a disciplinary approach and plan to help catch these things early. What would be some maybe early indicators of signs of Maybe Hartwall potential dysfunction that a patient should be aware of Part of the range of those cardio toxic effects can be totally asymptomatic. So with your oncologist in forming a treatment plan We look at your heart if you're going to be exposed to these cardio toxic drugs before you even received treatment as well as during treatment, because your heart function can start to decline in the absence of any symptoms. Now, on the other side of that, if that goes on on checked and uncorrected than that can lead to clinical heart failure, which is the manifestation of the heart function not being Working correctly or sufficiently, and that is with shortness of breath, fatigue, weakness, swelling in your legs or a significant weight gain of approximately £5 per day. Wow. So as we wrap up here summarized the concern that patients should keep an eye on key points evaluate before, during and after the presence of cardiovascular risk factors. The optimization of cardiovascular disease. And then the preventing monitoring and screening for overall heart function. Dr. Warner Again Thank you for your time. Thanks for having me you've been listening to General Kelly. And after Cynthia Warner, our next guest right after this song, Come on. Hey,.

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

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"LF the editor's desk I'm Tom Cutler with stories we're following right now. President elect Joe Biden Call's latest US jobs report grim the economy, adding 245,000 jobs in November, far below expectations by then issued a statement And said the U. S remains in the midst of some of the worst one of the worst economic and a job crises in modern history. Former President Barack Obama will campaign for the two Democrats running in a state run off elections in Georgia. Today, Obama will deliver a virtual address on behalf of John Asaf and Raphael Warnock. President Trump will campaign for the two Republican senators in Georgia tomorrow night. No more news time 10 16, and it appears the country is slipping deeper into a corona virus crisis. The U. S recorded more than 3100 deaths from the virus. On one day this week. That's more than the number of people killed on 9 11. It shatters the old record set in April, The number of Americans in the hospital with the coronavirus shattered a record, too. More than 100,000. The figure is more than doubled over the past month, and new cases per day are now topping 200,000. Health experts warn. The worst may be yet to come, in part because of the delayed effects from Thanksgiving when millions of Americans disregarded warnings to stay home. I'm Rita Foley Volunteer at the Big Cat Rescue made famous by the ethnic Netflix series. Tiger King is recovering after a gruesome attack Exactly what happened one of that heathen stuff getting by on a bike track. What did the animal sanctuaries volunteers? Candy Cowser was attempting to feed one of the big cats named Kemba when he viciously latched onto Cowser. You're tearing off her arm where the animal now they contained yet Is there any serious bleeding? Yes, while the nurse work to stop the bleeding, someone else used a belt as a tourniquet it big cat rescue reporting on their website that candy can move her fingers and her arm is broken in three places, adding that her shoulder this badly damaged big cat rescue, saying that the volunteer group protocol leading up to the attack, saying it's against proper feeding procedure for anyone to stick any part of their body. Into a cage with the cat in it, experts saying Sanctuaries like Big Cat rescue provide an unsafe image of these big gets that can lead to attacks like this one. These air wild chats that have the potential to kill a human being. In this instance, you cool cats and kittens, Baskin,.

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02:21 min | 1 year ago

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"A couple of days to get shots. The drive thru model has seen T work pretty well for testing. Some say that could work well for vaccines. But with winter weather coming is that something that you think will pan out What states are doing now is they're trying to figure out short term like immediately. How they will do it when they just get you know, maybe tens of millions of doses as the manufacturing capacity ramps up and more doses are available. Then they can vaccinate more people. So in Maine, they're thinking about using Right through sites like car washes, and why our car wash is interesting because that's gotta entrance and exit and the person standing in the middle vaccinating. Can stand there just wearing their personal protective gear because car washes are heated, so they're protected from the snow in the cold so you could drive through. Roll down your window. Stick out your arm get a jab. You drive off and the vaccinators is not out in the freezing weather. That's something for later on when it becomes a little bit more widespread. Pharmacies are also going to be involved in getting the vaccines and the modern. A vaccine on Lee has to be kept at minus 20, which is the same temperature for lots of other medications. So as we move closer into next year middle of next year, more people will get vaccines. They'll be more widely available, and that's where the idea is for pharmacies and doctors offices to be able to give this more readily. Washington Post comments. Lena son. And that's cool. Most Tom Cutler, the World Health Organization is asking for more research and information on why drugmaker AstraZeneca's Corona virus vaccine has such widely different efficacy rates. Vaccine produced with the help of Oxford University reported that it was about 70% 70% effective overall. However, it said it was 90% effective when people were given a half dose first and then a full dose with second shot. One of the issues is that no one over the age of 55 Was in that group. And I'm not privy to the details of AstraZeneca and Oxford University's tests, But I can tell you if you have any older relatives in your family, you know that the senior flu shot is stronger than the ones the rest of us get. So that same idea might and again, I say might Be playing into it. There. It's.

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Tom Cutler. And Here are some of the top stories this hour. U. S. Health officials are redefining what it means to have close contact. Close contact with some of them with covert 19 for months, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention said close contact meant spending a solid 15 minutes within 6 ft. Of someone who tested positive today they change it to a total of 15 minutes or more so briefer but repeated contacts, adding up to 15 minutes now count Hospitals around the U. S. Starting to buckle from a resurgence of covert 19 cases, several states setting records for the number of people hospitalized and leaders of scrambling to find extra beds and staff. New highs in cases have been reported in states big and small from Idaho to Ohio this week, the Centers for Disease Control said nearly 300,000 more people died in the U. S this year compared To a typical year, almost a quarter million covert related deaths that are largely but not completely responsible for that rise. Reporting on this in the Washington Post, Lay Bernstein, who joins me on the common whose line Lenny Thanks for being with us, it's only October. How much higher could that 300,000 number go by the end of the year? Well, one prediction we got yesterday in doing the story was that there could be another 100,000. What were called what they call excess deaths. These are Beyond that you would expect in a typical year. They're both from Cove it and from other causes. Okay now. There's a gap in some of the numbers here. 300,000 excess deaths, according to the CDC. Only 221 on ly 221,000 covert deaths, which is a terrible number, according to Johns Hopkins. What what else seems to be resulting in these other Roughly 80,000 deaths, right? Actually, their data was on ly through early October, sold about 200,000 Cove, it and another 100,000 from other causes and the other causes as you'll remember, sort of during the times of the epidemic. Of the pandemic. A lot of people who needed hospital care for chest pain or strokes for diabetic emergencies. They were staying home because they were terrified of going to the hospital. So what these statistical models suggest, is that Nearly 100,000 of them may have died more than would have died in a typical year because they were not getting that care in your report. Lenny. You highlight the surprise finding about the excess death rate for a typically healthy age range. What's going on with our 25 44 year olds? You know, everybody would love to know that is not something that you see very often 25 to 44 year olds are generally healthy there in the prime of life. Um, And yet we had a 26%. Rise in excess deaths among that group over the typical year. So of course you do have the covert death. You're 5700. But what else is happening with those folks are is there are a large number of People who didn't get care are their drug overdoses, Suicides, accidents Nobody really knows. But the numbers are alarming. How is the death rate being politicized before the election here? Well, of course the president has spent, you know his entire year trying to minimize the impact of the of the virus. You know, just Monday he was telling his campaign staff in the meeting that people are tired of the virus. They're tired of talking about it. They're tired of dealing with it. They just want to be left alone. Go back to their previous lives. The Biden campaign taking the exact opposite tactic. They're making the virus the main issue in this campaign, which is the only 13 days now from Election Day, and they are trying to pin this death rate on the president's mismanagement of the virus. So far, they've been pretty successful. You could read more of Lenny's piece in The.

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Tom Cutler has more from this works desk. The Seahawks observing their usual Tuesday day off from practice but doesn't mean coach Pete Carroll on GM John Schneider aren't busy trying to find replacements for Bruce Irvin and Marqise Blair, who were both hurt and are out for the season with knee injuries suffered against New England on Sunday night. Hugo Ahmadi out of the University of Oregon filled in for Blair and coach Carroll thought he did a good job. He really was active. You know he's ever since he's been on the field force and special teams for when he plays. His shows up and he's got great burst T get to the ball and very active Football Party just missed breaking that pass up, Really. He had his hand on the ball and didn't get the ball knocked out. The Seahawks will host Dallas coming up Sunday afternoon game, too, between the Mariners and the Houston Astros tonight AT T Mobile Park after Seattle got eight shutout innings for Marco Gonzalez. And beat the Astros. Sixto one last night, just the third victory for Seattle in the last 27 games against Houston. I'll try to make it two in a row tonight and closed to within two games of the Astros in the American League West. Right now, they trailed by three, which is six games remaining Evidence of riot the widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County sheriff. Claiming deputy shared unauthorized photos of the crash that killed her husband there. 13 year old daughter and seven others after the January 26th crash reports surface that graphic photos of the victims were being shared. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wavell told news media that eight deputies took or shared graphic photos of the scene. And he ordered the images deleted. Which force 10 £40 each hour. I'm Tom Butler, Come on. News news time. 1 11. I'm Jeff Pooja Lear in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news, so What's it like to be a virtual fan at an N BA playoff game will come most. Matt Markovich found out 10 point game Lakers Have I'm somewhere in the stands in the middle, wearing a green Sonics shirt at every N BA playoff game, including the upcoming finals, There are 320 virtual fans. On 9 17 ft screens surrounding the court. Some nose thing that the fans are actually watching themselves up in the stands, because, as soon as you see a shot where they could possibly be in it, they kind.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Update with Tom Cutler. Here we go the NFL season about to begin the Seahawks off today and then preparations for their season opener at Atlanta. Continue tomorrow. Yesterday, Coach Pete Carroll asked about Try to prepare for a season opener in the age of Cove. It feels different to me. It feels different, all of us and some some. Instead, we're competing on a whole different level, You know that we have never been even attended. 10 to so they know we're Rickover competition all the way. You know, we're Ballantyne. We've got It's not. It's not has not been a nuisance to us at all. It's been deferred. And, uh, I can't tell you, you know. Just feels it feels unique. Seattle a one point favorite against the Falcons Sunday, the NFL season starts Thursday in Kansas City, the defending Super Bowl championships host Houston. The Mariners have all of a sudden put themselves in contention for the Expanded major league playoffs this after completing a four game sweep of the Rangers yesterday, their sixth straight win overall. 11th in the last 14 games that ate four win, which feed her homers by Kyle Seager and Dylan More puts him two games behind the Yankees in a race for the eighth playoff spot in the American League. They hit the road for a five game trip. The first of two in San Francisco tonight. Just three regular season games left for the WN BA leading Seattle Storm is a match up tomorrow with Dallas and Dustin Johnson $15 million richer after winning the FedEx Cup yesterday. Close it with a 268 for a three shot win over Xander softly Sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Butler. Come on news. Thank you, Tom. And coming up. Next, we'll check traffic and weather. Cuomo news time. 5 40 to your Internet.

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"O'Neill of the editor's Desk on Tom Cutler. Technology stocks Taking a big tunnel on Wall Street today, giving back some of their spectacular game's over the last several months and dragging the rest of the market down. Then we'll have the Numbers. Updated numbers here in about four minutes. Joe Biden met today with the family of Jacob Blake as the Democratic presidential nominee began a day of events in Wisconsin, the battleground state finding itself at the center of a national reckoning on racism, police violence and protests after a white Kenosha police officer shot Blake, a black man in the back. President Trump says people who vote early by mail should show about polling places to vote again if their ballots haven't been counted. A slight walked back from his comments a day earlier when he suggested people vote twice twice to test the mail in system. Nobody's time. 10 47 warehouse workers around the country are bracing for a holiday shopping rush like none other and, yes, the Corona virus pandemic is a big part of why retail reporter Abba Bada rise, taking a closer look for the Washington Post and joins us now with Cuomo news line, but it's been quite a year so far for these workers it has, you know, they were just coming off of last year's holiday rush when there was when the pandemic hit and all of a sudden they were having to work around the clock. Often six or seven days a week to fulfill this surgeon online orders of people stayed home and try to buy everything they could online. Obviously, the pandemic has driven more and more of us to do our shopping online, which only adds to the pressure on those workers will be filling all of those holiday orders. Absolutely. A lot of the workers say they're working longer hours whenever they're having to fulfill product at a higher rate, but at the same time Cos they're trying to take measures to protect him against the code of Iris. So that means social distancing, maybe doing away with certain shifts and staggering other Requiring more frequent hand washing into all of that complicates the picture and makes it much harder to do just a regular job. Even with those protections, working conditions have been challenging, haven't they have? You know we don't have a sort of overall number of the number of where health workers who have gotten sick or died, But we know that there are hundreds at least 182 left tested positive and one Amazon warehouse alone. And so it is a growing problem and given sort of the tight quarters that people work in the work in and the long hours that they're working, there's a real potential for the virus to spread quickly. Now, A lot of these workers will tell us they can use all of the help they can get. Could we see some of these companies hire some temporary workers, as we typically see during the holiday season? Absolutely. The number of warehouse workers typically doubles or triples during the holidays and the sense I get from retailers and analysts that that's going to be even more pronounced this year. We haven't seen a lot of hiring enough to go out. But they're just around the corner. Now. What does all this mean for consumers? What should we be thinking is we're placing all of these orders. You know, That's a great question. And I know this is something that a lot of consumers they're starting to think about. You know? What does it mean? When I hit submit on my shopping cart, like how many workers air having to Go to great lengths to get that order to my doorstep. I think we're seeing a real movement and in certain pockets of people thinking, Hey, maybe I should think twice before I order You know of that extra pair of yoga pants that I maybe just don't absolutely need right now. That's all The Bonner I read more online at washingtonpost dot com and that's couples. Villa Neil Coma News Time 10 50..

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04:23 min | 1 year ago

"tom cutler" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Tom Cutler. Stories We're following Joe Biden. Is mounting a more aggressive offense against President Trump with a rare public appearance in Pittsburgh, where he's expected to say Trump is contributing to the violence in the streets nationwide. Some residents in Kenosha, Wisconsin, fearing a planned visit tomorrow by President Trump, Days after unrest over a police shooting may stir mohr emotions. Trump is scheduled to tour the damage tomorrow and meet with law enforcement is demonstrators call for an officer to face attempted murder charges. After the shooting of Jacob Blake. For 35 years. His face was nearly as familiar is Alvin Davis, J. B. Intercon Graffiti junior and Edgar Martinez. Rick Griffin, longtime trainer of the Mariners, now as trainer emeritus still with the ball club after all those years caring for the players or works needed some care himself recently is he had a couple of battles with cancer. He's with me on the Commodore's line today to share that story. Grip. Great to talk to you. Good to talk to you too tall 2017 You got some news? You did not want to hear. Tell us about that news and how you found out about it and what followed Really? I had a bunch of testing done down in spring training and was kind of Looking like I was going to hear the word that I was gonna have prostate cancer. I was still hoping that my biopsy would be negative. But we were down in Anaheim and my phone rang when I was in the clubhouse, and I knew it. The doctor called me from Arizona. So I went out that in the dugout. Look to con and he said You do in fact have prostate cancer. So when you get back to shadow, you need to get this thing taken care of. And of course, through this all you have the support and concern of dozens of players whom you can fight it in and players tomb. In many cases, you kept healthy enoughto get on the field each day now they were kind of turning around with you. Yeah. I had had a really good group about seven or eight guys that Really took care of myself and Rachel Rachel was at the time go undergoing breast cancer treatments. She had a double mastectomy. And so it was kind of a little bit of a pickle because both of us now had cancer, and we're both in the process of You having surgery north of treatments and Steve see second call Seeger and Robinson Cano and drink Good ears. Felix. They they were unbelievable. They helped us out so much and And went out of their way to make sure that things were comfortable for both of us. Your wife Rachel, facing her own battle there, and you had to support each other. We'll also going through treatments and tryingto get yourselves healthy. You know you had a recurrence a couple years later. How are you doing today? Well, what happened was I had my prostate removed surgically on DH, then my PS. They was slowly going up and the doctor said, you know, it's kind of your choice. You Khun, you, Khun! Write it out. It might not ever get to the point when we consider it. To be a concern, or you could be proactive and you conduce radiation therapy, and I just I didn't want it. I didn't want to take a chance because I'm still very active. I'm healthy. I wanted to be very, very proactive and make a good choice. And so I decided to get proton therapy. Get my get my radiation treatments done, And it just happened to coincide with when the covert started there in Seattle, so that put it off a little bit, But I was able to complete it and Things went really, really well. I had it done in a sec, a proton therapy centre there in shell and they were great and things were really well had no side effects, which was wonderful because I had a couple of friends that It had gone through that had done that conventional radiation and they were both pretty miserable with the side effect. So I'm just so fortunate. Lucky that I got through that without decided. Well, you're a walking billboard for testing and screening. What advice do you have to give? Well, I mean, even even with all the stuff going on right now, especially if you have a history of prostate cancer in your family. You need to make sure that you get your they're screening. Get your say done. Go to your doctor's. If a man's 50 years old, he definitely needs to get Get a good screaming and get us down and you know you can't hide it. If it's there, you got to do something about it. It's kind of silent. It doesn't really Don't have a lot of signs a lot of symptoms. But if you follow the testing protocols and get that taken care of, you know you're going to increase the likelihood that everything's going to be okay for you. We're glad everything's okay for you. And for Rachel, and thank you so much for sharing your story. Great to hear your voice and stay healthy. All right, by talking to you and you take care. All right, thanks. Regret. Griffin, trader emeritus for the Mariners. Cos time. 9 50..

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Post sports reporter, Cindy born and that's Como's Tom Cutler. 6 14 years. Marina with our co Moh traffic well, we still have some slowdowns north and I find approaching Berkeley because of an earlier collision, and that's why we're still seeing it kind of difficult from about the main gate areas. It's It's really improving, though, so we're looking pretty good. We have no issues in Bellevue or Seattle and Evert. Even looking good. It's Mary's Ville. That's the struggle right now because of a collision. That happened at 88 South bound I five. So it's bumper to bumper traffic from 1/16 down to 88 the other highway that we're having issues with this highway to eastbound coming out of Monroe. It's going to be difficult. Eyes you head towards the sultan area, And the reason for that is a collision actually in the westbound direction at Fern Bluff Road, So you're going to find that slow approaching westbound as well and in Sultan. We've had a problem at old Owen rode both directions that's causing some slowdowns as well. Your next coma Traffic at 6 24 Here's an outlook that I think you'll appreciate if you're getting a little too hot. We have a cooling trend on the way with tomorrow's high upper seventies, too low eighties and then Wednesday few more clouds and highs only in the seventies, but it was toasty again. Today, not a swarm is yesterday. 88. Now in downtown Seattle. It's 6 15 Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station Comeau News. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe and Jeremy graders at the editor's desk. One of the largest universities to bring students back to campus is reversing course. Just a week after classes started. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill will now switch to online is it deals with four Corona virus clusters. At least 279 cases are confirmed so far, with another 349 students in quarantine. State bug catchers.

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Sen. Booker reflects on Rep. John Lewis

"Stories stories We're We're following following with Bill O'Neill of the editor's desk. I'm Tom Cutler Senator Cory Booker, remembering the late civil rights leader in Congressman John Lewis, speaking on MSNBC. Booker, the New Jersey Democrat called Lewis, a giant have said he best example fired our common values and virtues. The late Georgia congressman will lie in state of the U. S. Capitol as members of Congress and the public pay tribute to that civil rights icon. A pair

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05:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Tom Cutler. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Republicans in the White House should start now. Negotiate with Democrats to resolve the differences over a pandemic relief package. He says time is running out because federal unemployment assistance and the eviction moratorium expire Friday. Ah, senior National Guard officer says the U. S. Park police began the violent clearing of protestors from Lafayette Square last month. Without apparent provocation or adequate warning. Army National Guard commander at into Marco's account challenges key aspects of the Trump administration's explanation for the clearing of that protest just before the president walked through the area in front of the White House for a photo opportunity. Come on his time. 9 46 Now the Corona virus pandemic hasn't stopped some of us from taking a flight. But there are certainly some mixed reviews when it comes to flying these very different times for traveling the travel experts at the points guy have taken a closer look, Nick you and spoke with comas. Bill O'Neill. Nick, Tell us first about the survey. What did you look at? Yes. So we were really trying to quantify which airlines have really done the best job that supporting travelers. As this pandemic has evolved. We looked at a number of different factors, including Cleaning procedures, how they've handed handle changes and cancellations, two tickets as well as the experience, actually flying both on the ground and on board. Now, as we look over the results, Delta Airlines finished at the top and Seattle based Alaska Airlines not far behind. Yeah, that's right. The two of them first and foremost have done ah, pretty decent job rewarding their loyal elite flyers. Delta was the first major airline to extend elite status. Alaska was shortly behind. Alaska, though, has also launched a number of really interesting promotions to try to encourage future bookings and get people onto their planes moving into the end of 2020 and 2021. The other big thing is both of those airlines continue to restrict capacity on their flights on that's not something that you see across the 10 airlines that we looked at me. On the other end of the list. We find lower cost carriers such as frontier and Spirit. Yeah, Frontier spirit, allegiance those carriers, they haven't really imposed any capacity restriction. They also suffered big in the loyalty category. So allegiance, for example, you have to have their credit card even participate in their loyalty program. Frontier and Spirit have done minimal changes to their frequent flyer programs. And again. They're not restricting capacity on their flights, And that's something that we've seen from American and United. The reason they felt kind of the middle of the pack is they initially were restricting capacity by blocking middle seats, but they have since moved away from that over the last few weeks, so That's what really hurt those particular carriers in the ranking. And when it comes to those lower cost carriers of the lower prices don't really appear, though, to be stopping people from taking a flight. They may not otherwise have been able to afford it. This point. Yeah, and that's what's really important. When you look at this list is to recognize that every airline has something going for it. And just because spirit happen to fall out, the bottom doesn't mean that you're going to guarantee tohave. Poor experience with them. They have very low fares. They've also done a really great job handling tickets. In fact, one of our correspondents are director of Travel Content Down in Houston area Summer Hole. She actually cancel the spirit Flight B a text message and got a refund immediately. So all these airlines are they are taking steps to really mitigate the impact of the Corona virus. On passengers because their livelihood depends upon it. They need passengers to know that they're taking this seriously when they get up in the air. That's Nick. You and you can see the study in depth that the points guy dot com That's couples. Bill O'Neill. Come on. Whose time 9 49 For what it's worth. I'm Sherry Preston. Fingers crossed for one possible vaccine against the Corona virus. 30,000 people taking part in Phase three of the trials of the vaccine for the drug company. Moderna, Company chairman. Newborn fan, speaking to ABC News, Only in a large tribe will be the heir to know whether one yet a little bit of the infection and then the body's immune system. Shut it down the same way as someone who already have seemed a virus. Mike, if reinfected be able to effectively shut it down as we do with the flu, If all goes well, it'll then be time for the FDA to take a look at the vaccine and paying says it could be a matter of months before it's available. We're talking lately fear next year before the FDA, Khun made this adjudication and when it comes to the costly and other companies have said that the pandemic is not a time where we intend to To use kind of the price as a way to to do anything but increased supplies. He says He wants to be able to reach up to a 1,000,000,000 people with a vaccine next year for what it's worth. Jerry Preston ABC NEWS TIME. 9 50 Propel Insurance Business update time. Google will keep its employees home until at least next July, making the search engine giant, the first major U. S Corporation to formalize such an extended time table. Move will affect nearly all of the 200,000 full time and contract employees across Google parent alphabet in his short of pressure, other check giants that have slated stuff to return as soon as January. Rush Street Interactive has agreed to go public by a merger with a blank cheque company that will value the online sports and casino betting company at about $1.8 billion. Southwest Airlines says it will not furlough any employees at least until the end of the year. Earlier this month, both United and American sent warnings of possible furloughs to about 60,000 employees. Southwest is losing $20 million a day, and that's your money. Now Doctor up across the board the House up 94 a quarter. The NASDAQ is up 95 the S and P 500 is up 14 and 3/4. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad.

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