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Debate Over Masks Continues as Children Return to Schools

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Debate Over Masks Continues as Children Return to Schools

"To school, the debate over masks continue My in Florida school districts wishing to require masks were handed a victory in court when a Tallahassee judge ruled in favor of parents who sued over turn the governor's executive order banning mask mandates face mask policies that follow CDC guidance are at this point in time, reasonable and consistent with the best scientific and medical opinion the guidance in the country at this time, all 50 states now seeing high community transmission to Delta variant spread like wildfire now accounting for nearly 99% of all new cases nationwide. Kentucky deploying the National Guard to help with Covid response. The state has requested FEMA teams to help understaffed hospitals. Hospitalizations have increased every day without exception for the past 42 days. From 239 on July 14th, 2, 2000 and 74 on August 25th Valerie Alvare Eto is a nurse at Wise Health Systems in Decatur, Texas. Her mother was recently admitted with Covid 19. The hardest part was putting her on a ventilator worrying that that was going to be the last Time I got to speak with my mother. As of Thursday, the rural hospital had just to I C u beds left. This surge has been more challenging for the hospital industry than the previous one. In Oklahoma City. Kendra Johnson's 13 year old son, Clarence, lost his battle with the virus was truly loved by a whole lot of you. Meanwhile, in Washington, a divided Supreme Court struck down the CDCs nationwide moratorium on evictions. It was meant to keep people in their homes during the pandemic. Millions of

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Porn Star Charged With Sexual Assaults of 21 Women in Los Angeles

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Porn Star Charged With Sexual Assaults of 21 Women in Los Angeles

"Porn star has been indicted in L. A. A. B C's Alex Stone has this story. Ron Jeremy was a name synonymous with adult films in the eighties and nineties. Now he's been indicted here in LA on over 30 counts of rape and sexual assault involving 21 alleged victims ranging in age from 15 to 51 years old dating back to 1996 his real name Ron Hyatt. He's pleading not guilty to rape and other charges, including lewd acts upon a child. He's due back in court in October.

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Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges

"You to stay home and you can blame rising covid infections and hospitalizations. Alex Stone is covering this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Tourism It doesn't take a genius to know is essential to the Hawaiian economy. How bad is the situation on the ground there to warrant their governor to issue this kind of a request? Yes, Taylor pretty abrupt change for Hawaii. Being that they were hit so hard last year, and in the last couple of months, travel has been booming Hotels been packed. Crisis through the roof. Car rentals have been hard to find flights have been full. They've been wanting the money they've been saying, come on in. And and now it Covid rising in Hawaii, the governor David IgE, Saying, Do not go to the island. Here's how he put it is not a good time to travel to the island. Uh, restaurant capacity has been restricted. There is limited access to rent a cars. He's asking tourists to stay away and for travel to Hawaii to be only for business. Hawaii's seven day average hitting 671 yesterday, triple what it was four weeks ago. Hospital resources on the island are limited. And he said hospitals are at capacity. Our ICUs are full. This comes as Hawaii has really strict entry rules, police enforced quarantine or proof of vaccination or a negative test and We talked to passengers at L. A X today, hopping on flights to Hawaii and they're saying no, They're not going to cancel their trips. They're going to go anywhere. That's enough. It's been two years. I need to go on vacation Last year was cancelled. As

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Wash. State Coach Nick Rolovich Plans to Comply With State's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Wash. State Coach Nick Rolovich Plans to Comply With State's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

"With Cuomo's bill. Sports Watches football coach reacts to a new covid vaccination mandate WS You. Head coach Nick Rolovich has refused to get the shot, saying it's a private decision at today's football practice, though in Pullman, Rolovich was asked what his plans are now the governor Jay Inslee, is requiring state employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid or have a religious or medical exemption. Well, I plan on following his his mandate. Sure. Are you going to wait until the FDA approves the vaccine to get it? Or are you planning on getting it soon? I'm

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Mercedes reveals Luxurious new S-class EV

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00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Mercedes reveals Luxurious new S-class EV

"Aerodynamic car in the world is also electric and a Mercedes. The Mercedes Benz E Q. S. Has a drag coefficient of 0.0.2 besting competitors like the Tesla Model s and the Lucid air, freelance auto journalist Roberto Baldwin said. There's one simple reason for that. They wouldn't give us a target, but I think Targeting 400 miles and to get that they need, you know, you gotta you gotta pull down that drag coefficient. He also says the range helps Mercedes position the U. S. As an alternative to its gas powered flagship, The s class CS class owner's not going to be happy with 200 miles. You know, a lot of us are, you know 202 150 Miles. I think that's fine for everyone. But if you're an s class owner, you're paying a lot of money. And you're you're expecting the best of the best. The EQ s can be optioned with dual electric motors and what Mercedes calls hyper screen in place of the dash. Board. Plus because of that electric powertrain, Of course, you get the warm, fuzzy feelings of of saving the environment with tech

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New York State Democratic Chairman Calls for Cuomo to Resign

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

New York State Democratic Chairman Calls for Cuomo to Resign

"Is now calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign. J. Jacobs has been a staunch Cuomo ally, but says his removal from office is clearly inevitable. Yesterday in New York, Attorney General's Office report found Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women in violation of state and federal laws. Nine year old recovering from what are

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Seattle-Area Health Officer Warns of Highly Transmissible Delta Variant

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle-Area Health Officer Warns of Highly Transmissible Delta Variant

"Changed the course of the pandemic. That's the word from the health officer in the state's largest county commas. Ryan Harris has an update. King County Health officer, Dr Jeff Duchin says the virus has thrown us a real curveball, in part because he says, the delta variant now more than 78% of cases, genotype is on par with chickenpox for contagiousness costs. People infected with the delta variant produced 1000. Times more virus. It's much more contagious than earlier variants, which means that people get infected easier and faster and are more likely to spread the virus to other student says that includes a rare amount to breakthrough cases, which he says usually result in milder symptoms but can still make you highly contagious. Duchin says. New Case numbers of quadrupled, But the hospitalization and death rates remain stable and that along with King County's high vaccination rate, or why he believes the recommendation to mask up indoors. I mean, we don't yet need to consider going. Back to stronger restrictions, but he says it requires all of us to cooperate.

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Justice Department Says IRS Must Give Trump's Tax Returns to Congress

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department Says IRS Must Give Trump's Tax Returns to Congress

"Former President Trump's tax returns to Congress Lisa Taylor with more. That's according to an opinion from the Department of Justice, It said a House committee has a valid legislative purpose in going after Trump's tax returns. The former commander in chief has long refused to hand over his tax documents. I'm Lisa

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Jill Biden undergoing procedure to remove object from her foot

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Jill Biden undergoing procedure to remove object from her foot

"White House says the first lady is undergoing a procedure to remove an object lodged in her foot. Dr Jill Biden stepped on something while on the beach in Hawaii last weekend, the first lady going to Walter Reed Military Hospital in Maryland for removal, where President Biden accompanying her

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Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths

"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck

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Firefighters Continue to Battle Bootleg Fire

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Firefighters Continue to Battle Bootleg Fire

"The cruise in Oregon making progress now against the nation's largest wildfire, the bootleg fire scorched scenario half the size of Rhode Island. It is 40% surrounded after burning some 70 homes.

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Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick

"Seattle Cracking tonight used their number two overall pick in the NHL amateur draft. To get 18 year old centre forward Matthew veneers from the University of Michigan. The Buffalo Sabres took Wolverines teammate defenseman Owen Power with the top choice. Overall, Both players are deciding whether to stay in college or immediately go

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Oregon Bootleg Fire Grows as More Burn Across West

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Oregon Bootleg Fire Grows as More Burn Across West

"APP. An update Now on wildfires around the Northwest, Gusty wind and prolonged dry conditions have helped Southern organs. Bootleg fire merged with the nearby log fire. Combined. The flames are currently the largest active wildfire in the nation. At last check the fire burning nearly 400,000 acres over the last 10 days, Extreme fire behavior has forced firefighters to move to safety zones. And crews are spending the day aggressively dropping hazard trees to help mitigate some of the fire

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Most COVID-19 Restrictions Set to Lift in Washington State

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Most COVID-19 Restrictions Set to Lift in Washington State

"Now just hours away from lifting most of its covid restrictions, this says the state still falls short. Of a 70% goal of those 16 and up initiating vaccination starting tomorrow, restaurants and bars and other businesses can resume full indoor occupancy.

This Makes Cents: Yogi Berra Gets a Stamp Named in His Honor

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00:14 sec | 1 year ago

This Makes Cents: Yogi Berra Gets a Stamp Named in His Honor

"Friday night against the Chicago White Sox. And Rick and Alisa Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra once said, a nickel ain't worth a dime anymore. Well, neither a postage stamps they cost 55 cents for a forever stamp. And that's the

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Seattle Kraken Name Dave Hakstol as Their First Head Coach

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Kraken Name Dave Hakstol as Their First Head Coach

"The crack and have hired their first head coach? 52 year old Dave Hextall spent three plus years as Phillies head coach and most recently was an assistant for a young Toronto Maple Leafs team. Something crack and GM Ron Francis finds attractive. He's worked the last couple years in Toronto with a very young team and been a big part of, you know, they're sort of growth and progression towards having more and more success, so We think that all bodes well for him in this situation. Francis Hextall in Seattle get ready for the NHL Expansive, drafted late July. The Mariners are idling in

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899 People Got Expired Vaccine Doses at Times Square Site

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

899 People Got Expired Vaccine Doses at Times Square Site

"Hundreds of New Yorkers are learning. They got expired doses of the Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine, the city's health department confirmed almost 900 people got expired shots at a pop up site in Times Square, and officials are now notifying those involved and telling them they need to get another shot as soon as

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CDC Looking Into Reports of COVID-19 Vaccine and Heart Inflammation in Teens

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Looking Into Reports of COVID-19 Vaccine and Heart Inflammation in Teens

"Advisors is looking into whether there's a link between the coronavirus vaccine and young people developing heart inflammation. The CDC's says it's noticed reports of myocarditis, mostly in teenagers and young adults after they received the second dose of vaccine, the agency stresses. The cases are very rare and most people quickly recover. Homo news time 3

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02:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo afternoon. News at six o two. We have sixty degrees in Seattle. I'm Tom Glasgow. And here the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Police say the man charged with shooting up at Lake City neighborhood has no recollection of the event because he was blackout drunk. Komo's Charlie harder has the story dad. Michael Norman is now charged with two counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder. Among other charges in their report given to prosecutors police say Norman told them he was a recovering alcoholic who relapsed Wednesday afternoon. He went to a nearby grocery store. In stocked up on vodka rom in wine, then headed home started drinking and playing video games. The next thing he remembers according to police is waking up in a hospital bed. They say he has no recollection of going on a shooting and carjacking spree in Norman may face more charges. A woman came forward late Thursday saying she found bullet holes in her car thought to be fired by Norman during that rampage Wednesday. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Metro bus driver hurt in that shooting says his first priority is the safety of his passengers. And that's why he got them out of harm's way. You'll hear his story in his own words in just a few minutes. Oh, we're getting word of an urgent meeting held by the FAA in the Seattle area today. US government sources tell KOMO that FAA engineers were summoned to a meeting where they went over new requirements for the 737. Max sounds like we'll start including warning lights for the M cast stabilization system as standard equipment until now the company charged a premium for the warning lights, it appears the FAA wants to make sure the lights are required and not just offered as bonus by Boeing. We're told details around pilot training requirements are also being refined. There's word Boeing hopes to introduce these. And software upgrades as early as next week. Lawmakers in Olympia are considering raising the business and occupation tax on certain industries to pay for higher education. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola. The idea is to make industries that require a highly skilled workforce to pay into a fund help train the next generation of employees professionals like doctors and lawyers would have to contribute and the money would be used in the form of state education grants. The Bill was introduced by democratic Representative drew Hansen. And he says the idea is to expand opportunities for students to pursue post high school credentials in high demand fields but much of the testimony today was against the Bill with many arguing that raising taxes on certain professions would make them uncompetitive. The Bill is still in committee. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Traffic.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Six fifty four. All right. Let's take a look at your KOMO forecast. Have well, we're having rain right now in a lot of areas around the sound more tonight less tomorrow. So there's the good news. You'll see a fair amount of sun breaks. More sending clouds for the most part on your Tuesday with a high in the upper fifties right now in Seattle. We have fifty seven degrees. Komo news time six forty five. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. We take a look at the top stories currently in the KOMO twenty four seventy cents. Some pretty good news tonight about an orca that wasn't expected to live until spring on Friday. The J pod was seen swimming near the San Juan islands in Harrow straight. And along with the pod was the orca known as j seventeen the last time, researchers saw her in January. They were worried about how much weight she'd lost they say, she's looked healthier. And they're staying cautiously optimistic that shall survive. The democratic leaders of house committees are demanding that congress have the full report by special counsel, Robert Muller. No later than April second, the chairman of the panels or wrote in a letter to attorney general William barb today that his four-page summary of Muller's work is not sufficient for congress a Coequal. Br. Branch of government to perform oversight about forty percent of US taxpayers. Do their own tax returns. A lot of them. Use an online tax preparation service like turbo tax H&_R block. These companies promise expert advice they guaranteed to maximize your refund. But can they live up to these claims consumer reports decided to put them to the test and komo's consumer man. Herb Weisbaum.

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04:14 min | 3 years ago

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"Connected. Stay informed. Seattle supposedly twenty four hour. News station. Komo news. For the Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. Daddy where this is. We take a look at some of the day's top stories a federal judges tossing out stormy Daniels lawsuit against President Trump giving him two straight victories over the former porn star the Senate and house of he's passed a measure today seeking to give our states endangered orca population some space they pass their own versions of a Bill to reduce vessel noise. And disturbance by increasing the distance boats must stay away from the southern resident orcas current law. Requires boats to not approach and to disengage engines within two hundred yards that is now being increased to three hundred yards. Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort is sentenced to nearly four years in prison for charges stemming from the Russia investigation Manafort return, seventy next week was convicted on tax evasion, Bank fraud and failing to report foreign lobbying. He pleaded guilty to similar charges in a case in DC. And will be sentenced in that case next week. Joining us from Washington DC is ABC's Andy Field did the judge go easy on Mandy. Well, you know, it's interesting. I just read something online Paul Manafort, according to this judge will serve less than four years. Forty seven months in prison for these financial crimes that he's admitted to and he hasn't even been been sentenced in the DC cases in Virginia. So four years. The prosecutors said the guidelines could have been anywhere from nineteen to twenty some odd years. So he could've spent two decades in prison. He will likely get out even before the four years if it's a good behavior parole, and those things someone brought up the fact that a woman in Texas was convicted of casting provisional ballot. Having been convicted of a crime before and she wasn't allowed to do that. And so that is considered election fraud, even though she didn't realize that she hadn't read the small print. She's spending five years in prison for that one crime, Paul Manafort for the many crimes have been detailed is going to spend less time than she is. We've also heard some analysts since this news broke just before four o'clock that Paul Manafort may have very clearly benefited from being a part of the DC elite despite the severity of the crimes that he has been convicted of. Well, I don't know about that. I mean, the judge in this case has been pretty tough on the prosecution saying many times that they were tasked with finding a Russian election interference. And they brought all these tax and financial crimes. Charges against Paul Manafort, not that they aren't serious crimes and not that he wasn't guilty of them. He's admitted so. But because of that that may be one of the reasons that he's got a lighter sentence than what the prosecutors wanted. This case talk about his demeanor, and what we know about him in court today because before he was sentenced, he he told the judge he's been humiliated and ashamed and that his life is now in shambles. Well, we saw Paul Manafort quite a bit during the campaign. He was the president's proxy. He was his campaign chair war of very expensive suits looked like just the picture of success. While he was doing that. And it's a very different picture now his hair has gone grey, no longer colors that he was in a wheelchair currently suffering from gout. He's been in solitary confinement for quite some time. But he knowledge that he brought all this on on himself and ask the court for mercy and did indeed as you said said he was humiliated and most people look at them now. He was wearing a jail jumpsuit suit that sit Alexandria jail on it. That's where he is in Alexandria, Virginia. You know, this is this is quite a downfall for a man who literally was on top of the political and financial world for quite some time. ABC's Andy Field. Thank you. Andy..

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

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"The Bill would Levy fines for every megawatt generated with carbon emissions, but it does extend tax credits. So utilities can make the transition without passing huge cost increases onto your Bill. It also calls for workers building new projects to make the prevailing wage in the so-called green economy, but Jerry Vanderwood with associated general contractors says the cost would outweigh the tax savings a Bill, effectively, prohibits, nonunion, employees and nonunion contractors from bidding at participating in state work. This interferes with the rights to join or natural in a union under section seven of the NRA utilities, both public and private indicate. They're ready to continue the transition to clean. Npower, but they don't want to be penalized. When providers like Bonneville have to sell them, non clean power, which they say, they can't control. There was no vote taken at this hearing Ryan Harris, KOMO news representatives for the union representing Seattle. Police say reform efforts are just one small piece making it tougher to recruit and retain officers. Komo's Charlie Harker is following the stories. Retired sergeant Richaud says it was confusing win the consent decree went into place when we first started policies police policies for changing rapidly sometimes weekly do policy was coming out. And it was quite overwhelming. He says that was then this is now and after initial confusion officers are in full compliance. He tells us there have been issues finalizing contracts in disagreements about discipline, all of which contribute to why it's been hard to hire. And keep officers. Charlie Harger, KOMO news, Washington state, attorney general Bob Ferguson has made it official following through on his most reach some promise of. Lawsuit against the Trump administration. Komo's Bill O'neil has details sorta since lawsuit against the administration so-called gag rule impacting federal funding for reproductive care and family planning has been filed in eastern Washington. The new rule is scheduled to be online in early may. Ferguson will ask a federal court to issue an injunction blocking the rule before it takes effect. Backers of the changes say they are a key step in ending federal subsidies for abortions. The attorney general says he chose to file suit in eastern Washington because of the disproportionate effect. The rule has on rural women below Neil. Komo news. It's a tough predicament for a woman from Washington state who is stuck in Saudi Arabia. Thirty-one-year-old Bethany Vieira taught at a women's university. Started a company married a Saudi businessman, then gave birth to a daughter the marriage turned sour, and they divorced the kingdom so-called guardianship laws. Give men power over women. She is now lost access to a Bank account. She can't get authorization to leave the country and her now four year old daughter can't travel without her father's permission. She's also unable to seek legal help the cousin in calif-. You told the New York Times the area is completely stuck in out of options. She says she wants to publicize the case because she believes the family has nowhere else to turn. And to shed light on what she calls an unfair system. Manda factor. Komo news a little more than two weeks before former first lady Michelle Obama appears in Vancouver British Columbia. Her husband former President Barack Obama is there tonight. So it was komo's Tom Glasgow with much of the political focus south of the border on the various controversies surrounding the Trump administration hearing Canada, prime minister Justin Trudeau is fighting for his political future. In the wake of a scandal involving alleged pressure being applied to canvas Justice department. It's a complicated backdrop with former President Obama in Vancouver for a speaking engagement this afternoon now with no media access to the former president the moderator will determine the topics which will hopefully include Mr. Obama's thoughts on the field of Democrats running for president and his. Thought on whether his vice president Joe Biden, we'll get into the race as well. Once the event concludes we'll tell you what Mr Obama had to say reporting from Vancouver BC, Tom Glasgow. Komo news.

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08:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Barack Obama is speaking to the Vancouver board of trade today in British Columbia by co anchor Tom Glasgow has received one of the few media invitations to cover this event. He. He joins us on the KOMO Newsline. What is the former president doing there? Do you know exactly what this conversation is supposed to be about? It's a continuation of a speaking tour. The former president has been on. He was in Winnipeg last night crowd of twelve thousand turned out. Lisa went for one hundred zero five hundred dollars it sold out with a matter of hours south north of the border. Former president remains very popular in terms of what we're gonna hear. It's really a bit of a wild card because it is billed as a conversation with. So the person that will be having that conversation with president. We're not sure who that is at this time, we'll certainly set the tone and more than likely from a Canadian perspective. So whether or not we get questions that we would like to hear regarding what is going on currently with the Democrats in congress. They're expanding probe of President Trump that twenty twenty race if Joe Biden gets in oil, President Obama instantly endorse him or will he remain on the sidelines. So many other questions that we would have interest in. So that were really at the mercy of the person that'll be conducting the interview this afternoon. Interesting to use ABC is almost like a blue state for the next few weeks. That is interesting, so Mr. Obama's wife, Michelle Obama wealthy here at the right? Major center much larger than he'll be in today. That'll be a March twenty first. So her book tour continues here as well. Early in may Bill and Hillary Clinton will appear simultaneously adamant event. So for a Democrats south of the border of Vancouver is certainly likely to be a destination. Lamont's Tom Glasgow covering former President Barack Obama in Vancouver BC, no video no photographs. So we don't know if you're going to get any time to talk to the president. But what about Justin Trudeau we understand? He is in real hot water today. And that may be what Canadians are thinking about even more than Obama. Well, at least it's a great point. And it's the backdrop to Mr Obama being here at this time with someone that he had a very good working relationship with the end Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, probably fair to say, they had a a solid friendship at least twenty two representing their two governments, but a scandal within Trudeau's liberal government is leading to increasing calls for his resignation and rather than get into the weeds on the specific details. It is a serious situation to agree that a highly respected member Trudeau's cabinet resigned. Yesterday, treasury board president Jody Philpott, she put out a statement that included. This. There can be a cost to acting on one's principles. But there is a bigger cost to abandoning them. So she resigned in protest of her own government, Mr. Trudeau had a number of venture scheduled today in Canada those were cancelled. So it really is a crisis mode here in terms of the federal government as well. And briefly it involves basically a company and cash payments to Libyan officials have very serious accusations Tom Glasgow in Vancouver BC, and we will hear more from you throughout the evening and on the morning news as well. Thank you, Tom look at least the first lady held a town hall event in Las Vegas today aimed at focusing on the nation's opioid overdose crisis. ABC's Andy Field has the details. First lady, Melania, Trump, telling an opioid townhall meeting that the nation could make progress in the crisis. If the media spent more time reporting it catering, the same amount of coverage that you do to idle gossip or travel stories. This is Trump saying opioid overdoses kill more than seventy two thousand Americans a year, which experts say is more than eight lives. Lost every hour. Andy Field ABC, news, R and B singer R Kelly is calling allegations against him of sexually abusing underage girls. Not true. He sat down for an exclusive interview with CBS this morning's gal king, and he says common sense, should prevail. Why how stupid would I be to do that? I didn't say don't be guys at this camera on me. Yes. That's you. Common. Says don't forget the blocks. Feel about me. Our Kelly says it's unfair people are using previous allegations to tarnish him. Now, come on news time five ten that means it's time to check the Harley exterior sports desk. There's no crying in baseball. But it's spring training. There's tying more from komo's Bill Swartz Peoria partner. Seattle and San Diego played to a seven seven deadlock in their cactus league contests this afternoon. Mitch Haniger did not play due to a stiff neck so Jake freely filled in nicely and centerfield homered and add three RBI's for the Mariners. They also had a two run bomb from shortstop Domingo Santana, the M's play the Oakland Athletics. Tomorrow, some NC double a basketball bracket. Tala g experts say the Washington. Huskies loss at California has dropped them onto the big dance bubble. Well, the Pac twelve regular season champs, husky say they're just concerned about defeating the Oregon state beavers Wednesday night at Alaska Airlines arena. Pre-game show starts at six thirty with the tip at seven on KOMO news. You software. More guard, amber Mel goes named the Pac twelve honorable mention team. She and the huskies are in Las Vegas Thursday night for the conference tournament against Utah and NFL teams are making some tough business decisions. Baltimore Ravens have cut six time Pro Bowl safety. Eric Weddell sports updates at ten and forty after the hour. Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies. Komo news, Washington attorney general Bob, Ferguson has followed through on his most recent promise of a lawsuit against the Trump administration Ferguson's suit against the administration so called gag rule impacting federal funding for reproductive care and family planning has been filed in eastern Washington. He says he chose to file the suit there. Because of the disproportionate affect the rule has on rural women supporters of the changes say they are a key step in ending federal subsidies for abortions. The new rule is scheduled to be online in early may Ferguson Maleski federal court to issue an injunction blocking the rule before it takes effect. Another study shows no connection between autism. And the vaccine komo's Bill O'neil has more the research published in the annals of internal medicine focused on a half million. Danish children born between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten the results show. The vaccine does not increase the risk of autism is susceptible people, and is not associated with clusters of cases that have appeared after immunization. The findings also suggest the two dose vaccine is ninety seven percent effective. Six separate outbreaks are currently underway in the United States, including one in southwest Washington state, at least seventy two deaths resulting from measles were reported in Europe last year. Bill O'neil, KOMO news. One of the more unique places. You can buy girl scout cookies right now is at Mary's place. The nonprofit that helps women children and families transition out of homelessness. Come Gregg Hersholt with the story executive director, Marty Hartman tells me that the cookie drivers a fun learning experience for these girls who have their own girl scout troop at Mary's place. An amazing experience as for all girls that joined girl scouts that girls. At Mary's place are able to get together with. Girls around their same age to explore and try new things to go to feel trip Microsoft and go to the animal shelter in give back in ways that they normally don't have the opportunity to do. So she says the cookie drive allows girls to continue to dream while their parents work on providing them with their next stable housing. You can buy your girl scout cookies through the Mary's place troop by going to their website, Mary's place, Seattle dot org. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news for what it's worth, I'm Cheri Preston. Folks in the tiny town of Simpson Ville, South Carolina where beyond excited when they were told somebody had bought the winning ticket for the largest jackpot in US history in their town. Everyone has been just so a buzz about the fact of who could it possibly be even though mayor Janice Curtis says they'll be h-have even winning a billion and a half dollars hasn't been enough to get the winner to show his or her face. Everyone is going to surround that person and they protective of their identity if they do. Do know who it is simply because of the safety factors involved. Two winners chosen a one time payment of nearly eight hundred and seventy eight million bucks and his chosen to remain. Anonymous theory was the entire time that this particular individual was actually taking their time getting everything in place, and it proves my theory in the fact that he has a New York lawyer said that's that has proven Matt theory. It might or might not who knows for what it's worth, Cheri Preston..

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04:07 min | 3 years ago

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"The Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk because we take a look at some of the day's top stories. The democratic led house is voting on a resolution to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border. A railroad trestle trains. He used across the Columbia River from Oregon to Washington state shut down after a fire erupted that means all train traffic, including Amtrak and Union Pacific trains have been stopped. Still ahead some sweet with your beer magically intimate. Brian Calvert with the new brew made for the kid. The inside you President Trump North Korea's Kim Jong UN arrived in Vietnam where the two are set to meet this week and potentially come to an agreement over nuclear weapons development reporting on the summit is Washington Post White House reporter Tulu Ola new repo who spoke with komo's Taylor van Cise. So you've reported on some disagreement within the Trump administration as to whether or not the president believes. North Korea to be a nuclear threat where does that stand? Now ahead of the summit. Have the president trying to put a positive spin on the meeting? He had with Kim Jong last year. Trying to basically convince members of his own administration broader public that. This was a great successful meeting that led to the reduction of the threat from North Korea's nuclear program. But at the same time, you have members of President Trump's own administration number of his intelligence officials saying that North Korea continues to pose a threat and is not likely to get rid of its nuclear weapons. And I think that is the big pension that is under underlining this meeting with the president is having and Vietnam a number of the people within ministration do not necessarily believe that it's a great idea to sit down with Kim Jong UN and don't believe that that there's going to be a big breakthrough. But we got the president is sort of driving his own foreign policy and really wanted to use his own personal charm to try to convince Kim Jong to get rid of his nuclear program in one. On one meeting. He's calling the shots and the rest of the administration is sort of figuring out how to navigate a situation where the president believes that his own personal ability to sway the North Koreans will sort of solve a problem. That's been dogging multiple US presidents for the last several decades. So that's where things stand between the president and his administration. Now has either side, I'm sure North Korea hasn't had a nice press conference to let you know. But has anybody said what they expect denuclearization would look like if it actually happened on the Korean peninsula is there at least a common definition that is something that both sides have been actually working on for the better part of a year. So it's coming to an agreement on what denuclearization looks like not only North Korea sort of getting rid of its nuclear program and dismantling its its nuclear program. But also what the US would do in response. Whether or not the United States would take action to reduce the sanctions that have been on. North Korea for more than a year, whether the president would be willing to remove US troops from the Korean peninsula. We have thousands of troops stationed in South Korea. So all of those things have not been worked out, and that's one of the potential outcomes of this summit. Maybe they would have an opportunity to talk about coming to similar definition of what denuclearization looks like. And what the process would look like the top things that the US government wanted. This point is they want to get a sense of what the North Korean tax. They want an art Greensville, our international inspectors into North Korea to get a sense of what the nuclear program fully looks like that's something that the North Koreans have been reluctant to do so far, and I think that would be a step along the path towards denuclearization. But the administration knows that this is not something that would happen overnight. It would take many years to reach the final fully verified denuclearization of North Korea. Totally repo with us on KOMO news. White House reporter for the Washington Post nets. Komo's.

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03:25 min | 3 years ago

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"With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. Nice to have you with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories. President Trump is refusing to call his decision to keep two hundred troops in Syria, a reversal the president defended his decision and argued that ISIS is being destroyed. He announced in December. He was pulling all US troops out of Syria. And the president also saying he is looking forward to seeing special counsel Robert Muller's final report. And after numerous reports this week that that report may be available or at least presented to the department of Justice as early as next week that now appears not to be the case where today out of Florida that the owner of the New England Patriots faces misdemeanor charges. Police say this has to do with the sting at a massage parlor ABC's. Aaron Katersky is following the story and spoke. With komo's Charlie Harker. What do we know right now, we know that Robert Kraft was videotaped twice according to Jupiter police entering a strip club strip mall massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida. And based on what activties were seen on that videotape. Police have moved to charge him with solicitation of prostitution. He's one of twenty five men charged in fact as part of a much wider crackdown on sex trafficking. That's been going on across the state. Are we hearing anything from Crafter the NFL we are hearing from Bob Kraft that he denies it. And from the NFL that they're reviewing the matter, and it's important to note that as an NFL owner craft is susceptible to potential discipline. If he is found to have engaged in conduct detrimental to the league and President Trump weighed in today as well. He called it very sad. He said he was surprised to hear the news. Although he said quickly that that Kraft has. Denied it. It's an interesting spot. I mean craft has been certainly a lifelong democrat, a friend of President Trump Trump often mentions craft and the patriots, and as an example of winning, but is administration has also and human trafficking. So we're not sure whether this will do any permanent damage to the relationship. These are misdemeanor charges Aaron if he were to be found guilty could he face jail time. I don't think so not at a misdemeanor like this and without a criminal record. And he has not been arrested, but a warrant will be prepared Monday. It's likely that he can arrange to have an attorney up here on his behalf. And and perhaps, you know, get rid of the case that way. All right ABC's Aaron Katersky following the story for his thank you, Erin. And that's komo's Charlie Harker reporting President Trump is expressing concern regarding the arrest of a US Coast Guard Lieutenant during a White House photo op today Trump was pressed about. The suspect who allegedly plotted violence against Democrats and reporters, I think it's a very sad thing. I've expressed that, but I'm actually getting a very complete briefing in about two hours. Trump was asked if he bears any responsibility for his language. He responded quote. No, I don't I think my language is very nice and quote in earlier remarks, White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said the media often blames the president and argued that Trump often condemns violence or threats of violence. Komo.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"The end of the five twenty floating bridge over to montlake, southbound four zero five bumper to bumper from five twenty two coal creek Parkway northbound four zero five that's gonna be quite slow from north of five twenty. It's been that way all afternoon long all the way up to the Bothell Everett highway, another lengthy back lengthy back we've dealt with today is northbound I five from one hundred twelve in the silver lake area up towards twelfth street northeast from earlier problems with some that had slid off the freeway south sound region is improving but still slow southbound I five from highway eighteen down to about just north of seventieth as you head towards five. This look at traffic is brought to you by discovered a several will match all the cash back new card. Members earn at the end of their first year. Learn more at discover dot com slash match. Limitations apply. Your next car. Komo traffic at six twenty four tonight. It's going to get down to about twenty three degrees. Tomorrow sunny day with a temperature about forty degrees and wind chill values between twenty and thirty. The real story though is on Friday when we are getting reports of an significance snow event in the area snow late in the afternoon anywhere from for hearing eight inches three inches. It depends on where you are. And then it's going to continue to snow on Saturday Sunday Monday. It's in the forecast. This is something to be sticking around for with KOMO news because we are getting so many different reports on how much snow we could see thirty six degrees at six seventeen. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle supposedly twenty four hour. News station, KOMO news. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. As we take a look at some of the day's top stories central Washington.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"For the least Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Nice to have you with us as we take a look at some of the day's top stories. Federal prosecutors in New York have issued a subpoena seeking documents from Donald Trump's inaugural committee. A spokeswoman says the committee intends to cooperate with the inquiry. She said the committee received the subpoena late today, and we're still reviewing it. It was not immediately clear which documents prosecutors have requested and thousands of fake Twitter accounts were active during last November's midterm elections are university of southern California survey found that more than fifteen thousand Twitter accounts, the posted, and I voted hashtag on election day. We're not real people up political death. Watch is underway Virginia's capital after governor. Ralph Northam consulted with top administration officials about whether to resign. The democrat is caught up in a furor over a racist photo in his one thousand nine hundred. Medical school yearbook page and practically the entire state democratic establishment has turned against him. I leg he said. He was one of the two men in the picture over the weekend. North and said, he spoke too soon. I was appalled that they appeared on my page. But I believe in and now that I am not either of the people in that photo. But then the governor admitting he has appeared in black face before resting up as Michael Jackson and doing the moonwalk during a dance contest in nineteen Eighty-four head the shoes, I had a glove, and I used a little bit of shoe polish to put under my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"It's fifty two degrees, things, Shannon. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Powered by triple a roadside assistance. Charlie Harger at the editor's desk this evening and in for Tom Glasgow. I'm Taylor van Cise with Lisa Jaffe, despite days of contradictory statements. President Trump is claiming that he's on the same page with his top intelligence chiefs. Those chiefs testified this week that Russia and China keep trying to manipulate public opinion in the US that ISIS remains a threat in Iran is complying with international treaties. The president reacted by saying the chiefs are naive and should go back to school today. President Trump tweeted they are very much in agreement on Iran, ISIS, North Korea, etc. And their testimony was distorted at least ten people are dead because of the conditions related to the polar vortex in the mid west. The extreme cold expected to start warming very late tonight. Temperatures were forty below zero before wind chill over the last couple of days last week. We introduced you to Logan the German shepherd puppy who has a few heart conditions and a bucket list to go along. He's gotten all sorts of attention online today. He was in Colorado for a risky operation to save his life. We'll reporter Thomas hop from Denver ABC affiliate tells us. It didn't go as well as Logan's caretakers had hoped. He started at nine forty for the unknown is one of the hardest things to do with life nervous. Yes. Becky and Lindy wait for someone. They care about. Old German shepherd. I've had him for six weeks. He has a heart condition that we are working on right now. Logan, and his foster mom Lindy are from Washington. Word spread about Logan's heart condition from the rescue heart north west gave us a month to a year. So it wasn't very long. So we had no hope that he would be able to have a long normal life. These children had the idea to create a bucket list for Logan giving him the warm seventy five on the line from Colorado state.

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05:25 min | 3 years ago

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"And our KOMO forecast is Sonny all through the weekend. And through the first half of next week. High temperature staying in the low fifties. It's fifty degrees right now in Seattle at KOMO news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle supposedly twenty four hour. News station. Komo news with Taylor van Cise. I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. Because we take a look at some of the day's top stories. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will reportedly appear in a closed door hearing just days before he's sentenced in Virginia. A US district judge requested the hearing. So she can decide if Manafort repeatedly lied in the special counsels Russia probe and longtime Trump associate Roger stone released on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond after being arrested by F B I agents in Florida today, a federal indictment and accuses stone of making false statements witness tampering and lying to congress thirty five days after the partial government shutdown began Senate, minority leader Chuck Schumer went in front of the cameras to say this the longest shutdown in American history finally end today, but how long will the government remain open? And what's in the deal that finally seems to have worked for that? We're joined on the KOMO news. Line by ABC's alley Rogan from Washington DC good afternoon. Good afternoon. Thanks for having make let's start with the nitty gritty of the deal. What is in it? This deal is pretty simple. It's simply refunds the parts of the government that have been shut down the past month. They refund them for three weeks. That means they're going to be opened that people who work. There are going to be back to work. The other part of this deal is it pushes congressional leaders to start negotiating a broader agreement on border security and immigration, and the president has said that if they don't reach some broad deal by the end of the three weeks of the government is reopened. You're going to set. It back down is this three week window enough time for payroll folks to make sure they're all these unpaid federal workers get their back pay. I mean, there's a mountain of work to get done for just the average worker going back to work after a month. Oh, yes. Exactly. This resolution does contain. However, a pledge to send us checks to those people. We don't know exactly how it's going to work. It may be that they get smaller amounts every three to four days, but the federal workers who have not been at work these past to the past. Thirty five days will receive their back pay by the end of this three week period. No matter what happens after that. And as you say three weeks is all there is before those folks may be put back on furlough. Again. What's going need to happen for that long term deal to be signed who's who's willing to compromise here? Well, the congress has already reached broad agreement on the issues that they are now being charged to reach agreements on. However, it has been the president in the past who has rejected it was in mid twenty seventeen when the Senate came to him with an agreement on border security as well as a resolution to the DACA issue. But that was torpedoed by some conservative members of congress who convinced President Trump to eventually say he didn't like it. So are they going to revive that? It's not clear, but that would be a a a starting point that makes sense just because of this this three week period is an incredibly short time to do. Do the kind of deep policy-driven negotiations that that usually require months and months if not years to accomplish in congress. Alley. You're one of the poor souls that has to be plugged into Washington. DC all of the time for those of us that aren't giving us from a standpoint of the president's rhetoric and what he's been saying in front of the cameras. What does it seem to be in his mind is is the future of his wall that great question? I think the president is putting for now the fear of being hurt politically by this ongoing shutdown ahead of his desire for a wall. He keeps saying that. He's going to reserve the right to shut the government back down or declare a national emergency. But if he does the government down again, hit approval ratings are only going to go down. And if there's one thing this president understands it approval ratings. I think politics is what it's gonna come down to. I think it's pretty clear. I don't think the president would ever admit it, but you know, members of congress, especially congressional Democrats won this round. This deal is completely on their terms contains no. Oh money for the wall. I'm sure he's thinking that these negotiations over the next three week might yield some wall funding, and it may. But I think you know, Democrats aren't gonna go easily ABC's alley Rogan with us on KOMO news from Washington DC. Thanks allie. Thank you. When you signed five twenty time for your propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now stocks closed higher to end the week led by gains in tech, consumer focused and energy companies. The Dow closed up one hundred eighty four points. The NASDAQ added ninety one and the s&p rose twenty to President Trump's donated a salary from third quarter of two thousand eighteen to the National Institute of alcohol abuse and alcoholism the federal agency that researches alcoholism and alcohol related problems. Mr. Trump pledged as a candidate not to accept his salary if elected by law, he must be paid though. So he's donated. Daria Albinger, ABC news at twenty and fifty past the hour. She Romero coming up with the latest on your Friday evening, come you. Come on news time, five twenty one. There.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

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"News. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater at the editor's desk, as we take a look at some of the day's top stories if you're in the car heading to Seattle for tonight's opening night performance of the hit show. Dear Evan Hansen at the paramount theatre. It might wanna turn around the show has been postponed until February first at one o'clock a semi carrying essential props for the show got stuck on the past prompting tonight's cancellation. US State Department says it does not consider an order by nNcholas Maduro for US diplomats to leave Venezuela in the next few days as legal Madero issued a statement soon after President Trump recognized one Widodo as the country's president state of the union speech has been cancelled by Nancy Pelosi because she doesn't want to hear the truth. She doesn't want the American public to hear what's going on. She's afraid of the truth political crossfire over the state of the union between President Trump and Nancy Pelosi went into overdrive today. ABC's alley Rogan joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Where things stand President Trump just responded to Nancy Pelosi's latest letter back to him saying that she will not sign onto a resolution that is the final hurdle that he would be to actually deliver the state of the union address. He said he's not surprised that she's is effectively preventing him from giving this. He called her decision. A great blotch on America and a negative part of history. He asked why she had invited him to deliver the state of the union wilder government was shut down. If she was then going to postpone it. Of course, Nancy Pelosi has cited security concerns earlier today, the president sent a letter to Pelosi saying that he was going to deliver the address to the house chamber anyway that he knows of her concerns, but he said that the departure. Of homeland security had assured him that security would not be an issue. The only thing is he doesn't have that Faso the people that do or the people who run the house of Representative and Nancy Pelosi, then saying it is a matter of security and logistics, and that he will go ahead and deliver it from the Oval Office, exactly..

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

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"News. With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. As we take a look at some of the day's top stories. New Jersey's attorney general says the armed man who burst into a facility in took two female workers hostage. Today was shot and killed by police after he exited the building with both women President Trump's nominee for attorney general tells senators, quote, it is vitally important end quote that special counsel Robert Muller be allowed to complete his Russia investigation. So far, it looks like all that planning ahead of the viaduct closure is paying off. But will the good news continue joining us on the KOMO Newsline from the Washington State Department of transportation is Bartram, and let's talk about your reaction to how things are going on this first real weekday commute since the closure. And what are your concerns this afternoon? Well, typically money's a little bit lighter than the heart of the week commute. They Tuesday Wednesday Thursday. So, you know, we did you travel times early begin early this morning, especially on northbound I five coming out of the south end. So, you know, really quickly resod travel times up twenty minutes above their normal average. So yeah, we did see additional vehicles use I five we saw additional traffic on one six seven. So those north north south routes, we did see more vehicles. So you know, it it could have the weather's been pretty good. We did see those above average travel time. So you know, we we are seeing some promising signs that people are adjusting how they travel adjusting. How they how they use the transportation network because we did see that that commutes start earlier and last a little bit longer. So when you folks to continue to stay plugged in before they go, so they know and can adjust..

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Demand for Boeing and Airbus planes remains high around the world with a backlog so big some customers have to wait at decade between ordering a plane and having it delivered. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Komo news time is ten ten from the Harley exterior sports desk. Former number two overall pick Destin accolades returning to the Seattle Mariners on a minor league deal after spending the past two seasons in the minors with the Los Angeles. Angels, Tom Glasgow has more sports. Mike hopkins. Huskies will be in Salt Lake City tomorrow to take on the UT Utah. You'll hear it right here on KOMO news. Our pre game coverage getting underway at six thirty game. Time set for seven o'clock coach up talking about the Utah fence last year here they were three for sixteen from three point land the first half in the second half the only shot four threes. Pounded inside. They went to the foul line. Eighteen times the score shot seventy percent inside. So they can be Jilani different ways. Looking to take their conference record to show before moving on to boulder to take on Colorado onto the NFL. Denver Broncos will be hiring Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio as their head coach and the Cleveland Browns have hired offensive coordinator. Freddie kitchens as their head coach more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Tom Glasgow. You ask what what does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting places that feel nothing like.

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02:28 min | 3 years ago

"tom glasgow" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's Tom Glasgow. Let's talk some hockey NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman in town. He's going to be holding a press conference about. Twenty minutes from now his first trip to Seattle to the best of my knowledge since the league awarded Seattle an expansion franchise to begin play twenty twenty one. So we'll have some comments from the Commissioner later this afternoon. Alabama backup quarterback. Jalen hurts is making it clear he'll be transferring from the crimson tide since he graduated recently he'll be able to play for some team next season right out of the gates. You know, it's interesting. I know you're a bit of a cougar little bit. I've been known to Saco kooks so Gardner Menchu. Of course, you had this phenomenal year for Washington state his other option that he was considering was going to Alabama would have been the third string quarterback which speaks to the depth of the quarterback position. That's gotta be tough guide. And okay, I'm second-string. But to who await that's right. So Gardner could have been the scout team quarterback Alabama. But instead he goes to Washington state and finishes fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting. So that's right. It tells you a little bit about that Alabama program brings back the. Moustache to the police for the first time since nineteen eighty but will it stay? We'll find out to new head coaches in the National Football League. Freddie kitchens promoted from offensive coordinator to head coach of the Cleveland Browns and bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio takes over as head. Coach of the Denver Broncos will have more sports in thirty minutes. Thanks, don. Komo news time one eleven traffic right around the corner. I a second person was found dead at the home of a man who's donated a lot of money to democratic causes protest at the home of prominent democratic donor. Ed buck man who has donated more than one hundred thousand dollars to Democrats over the years, reportedly, including Hillary Clinton and President Obama say for the second time in less than two years. A black man was found dead inside of his West Hollywood apartment while buck was home. Police say they found the body of male in his fifties inside bucks parliament early Monday morning, the same location where ficials say twenty six year old Jim Elmore died of a drug overdose. Back in July. Twentieth. Seventeen Moore's mom posting a journal entry. She claims her son wrote before his death online reading quote. Ed. Buck gave me my first injection of crystal meth police are now reviewing the investigation into his death as well book has not been charged in either case we're to be out here. Every night. Political activists have been showing up to his doorstep calling for thorough investigations alleging praise on black men in lures them back to his apartment. I don't care if he was.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Hour. News station. Komo news. Quibble, Lisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. As we take a look at some of the day's top stories, the co founder of Southwest Airlines as dead. Herbert Kelleher famously used a cocktail napkin with co-founder rollin king in nineteen sixty six to brainstorm, a low air fare airline that revolutionized the industry. Kelleher was eighty seven Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar plans to make a decision soon on whether she'll run for president in twenty twenty this July marks twenty years since the plane crash that took the lives of JFK junior his wife and sister-in-law tonight a new documentary. We'll take a look back at Kennedy's final days. Here's ABC's, Deborah Roberts. He was as close as America would ever come to royalty JFK junior son of the late president John F Kennedy with his good looks. He was linked to model Cindy Crawford and celebrities let Madonna and Sarah, Jessica Parker. He finally found love with Carolyn beset, but being in the spotlight would take its toll on the marriage. And then also problems with his second love his magazine, George is that going to be the trouble. Magazine John was having trouble with his marriage in the two most important things in his life, and they were having issues. I mean, there was a lot weighing on them as a couple from the very beginning. They had a volatile relationship. And unfortunately, the cameras were always there to record photographs of John and Caroline, even before they were married them in fight. Right. I remember the big story from God it ran for days. The last thing you wanna do have a blow out with your girlfriend in public. But that is exactly what happened between John and his girlfriend. Caroline, clearly, if you look back on it now with the benefit of all these years, they were under stress, even before they got married stress that was sometimes caught on camera. There was one particularly revealing moment when they were dating and on the beach,.

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

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"With Elisa Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. It's good to have you with us on this Thursday afternoon. President Donald Trump congratulating Democrat Nancy Pelosi hours after she was sworn in as house speaker Trump telling reporters during a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room that Pelosi's ascension is a tremendous tremendous achievement. And the new speaker of the house is speaking right now. And we are making an effort to join the tens of the president of the United States separate from that. We are sending what the Senate set also passed which is a Bill to extend to have a continuing resolution until February eighth taking their exact date from the Senate that would cover homeland security. Give us the weeks needed to negotiate an agreement to open up government in that department. Again, we've taken worse for word, and I'm going to yield any woman after Mr. Hoyer to our distinguished chair of the appropriations committee to demonstrate how purely Republican senatorial. These measures were so we've separated out there to boats one on the eight departments of government that could be open now to meet the needs of the American people to meet the needs of the American people to protect our borders, and and to protect our workers. And again, the other Bill is mostly about protecting our border. So and that's spirit. I wanna yell try distinguished democratic leader of the house. Mr. Hoyer to talk about the need for us to open up government. Thank you very much. Congratulations..

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